Parsian Esteghlal International Hotel

Address: Crossroads of Valie-Asr Ave. and Chamran Expressway, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Crossroads of Valie-Asr Ave. and Chamran Expressway, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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      Alamut Valley - cont'd

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... simply fantastic.

      With some additions like cucumber and tomatoes this was going to be our standard breakfast for the next three weeks, but we never got tired of it. It just tasted great wherever we went, especially if the bread was fresh and still warm.

      The hike to the castle was strenuous (actually quite strenuous, but probably more because we are both quite unfit at the moment), but the surrounding mountainous landscape more than
      made up for ...

      Alamut Valley

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

      ... seems to be the motto). As we could not find a parking space he just double parked put his warning lights on and I went to find a hotel that had a room for the night. Luckily the first hotel I tried had availability and also an underground car park. So back to the car and thanks to Alex amazing maps that he downloaded from the internet to the computer and where you can zoom into the smallest street we found the hotel without any problem.

      The room ...

      Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 26, 2014

      19 photos

      ... her. One night we found my friends travelers, Livia Enrico, who coincidentally met Sahar at embassy before I arrived, and why not "put all together on one thing?". We all went to dinner together and then climbed the mountain again to chat and have tea. And here is my impression of Iran, people are the most valuable asset of this place. A policy that makes this country closed to the world, had the side effect of the most hospitable and friendly people I’ve never saw in my ...

      Tehran (Iran)

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

      29 photos

      ... When we found our hotel in the middle of the city, down a car part street, a cop had to come and stop a whole street of traffic so that we could back into a carpark area. After a group meeting in the hotel we went to a nearby restaurant for our first real taste of Persian food which turns out to be a lot of rice served with either skewer meat or a hunk of chicken. The next morning we ventured out to the Gobestan Palace near to our hotel. As it was a Sunday it ...

      Hejabs and Kebabs

      A travel blog entry by janandrick on May 19, 2014

      6 comments, 74 photos

      ... and its observance plays an important role but to us it felt relatively low key. Hejabs and kebabs were common points of discussion with the comparatively few foreign visitors we met. The wearing of the headscarf was a constant reminder that we were in a country where modesty is important. While kebabs are the staple fare we did enjoy delicious Persian-inspired meals, characterised by the Iranians love of the interplay between sweet and sour spices and flavours.