Pars International Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the complex and do other good works. And as this was a three day Eid holiday the place was even more crowded than usual.
First time in I had to hand in my bag - no bags/cameras allowed inside. But I soon realised everyone was taking pics with their phones - so when I went back that evening and next morning I joined them.
Interesting things. I got to join the line of pilgrims filing past the room inside which is the cage that surrounds ...
... city once stood here, until inconveniently getting in the fearsome Tamurlane's path in 1389.
After learning of his literary impact and strolling through the gardens surrounding the tomb, we boarded our bus once more to make our way to our awaiting hotel. We trawled through the city's hectic traffic, and after scrambling through bustling streets with baggage in tow, we eventually reached our accommodation. Our extremely centrally located lodgings had ...
... our last day in Iran, we spent with the homestay owner Vali who took us out to a mountain village made of mud bricks. He organised for us to have tea in a local family's house. The family had four small children including the oldest daughter who was 9, twin boys and the youngest boy. I don't think one of the twin boys had even seen anyone like us before and was so scared he ran off crying to hide in a small cupboard on the lounge. The herbal tea the mum made us was amazing ...
... 1230: Decision made, tickets in ********* done. Time for lunch. Can't get a taxi so end up walking. Rain has turned into monumental downpour and we're drenched and freezing. 1300: Can't find restaurant we're looking for so opt for an expensive one mentioned in the ****** Planet for serving steak and chips. Our order is met with "no steak, no chips, no fanta, no espresso" at which stage I simply put my head on the table and say I'm going to cry whilst Sam tells the ...
... end of the tour about local customs to do with women's lives, and weddings, which are a very significant and costly event in Turkmenistan, as they are in Uzbekistan. There are also fab collections in the museum.
Ashgabat is all very grand and showy, and quite obscene when you consider the poor state of the roads outside the capital. I thought it was humorous that the hotel has one of those signs in the bathroom asking us to save water and help ...