Parsian Esteghlal International Hotel

Address: crossroad of Chamran and Valiasr, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on crossroad of Chamran and Valiasr, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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    Surprises in the Lush Mountains of Golestan

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 24, 2015

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    ... for me it would be if I read the Koran for at least 20min/day for 50 days because then my mind will be "most fantastic" & I'd have no stress.

    He then followed me back to the hotel to make sure I made it back there in one piece! It was very kind of him but really, I was only about 500m down the road ... I think I'd be fine to walk back there!

    Now that Hassan had made me late, I had a very quick shower & an even simpler breakfast ...

    Tehran, city of 11 million, or is it 14

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... picked out in diamonds. Think of jewelled umbrellas and swords and rifles, think of the Peacock Throne - a daybed covered with over 25,000 stones. All in the worst possible taste - but how could so many jewels be otherwise? Soheil, the guide, had got us there very early for the 2pm opening and I couldn't work out why until we had to push our way through the throng of tourists waiting to go in as we left. They had a long wait coming.

    And so today I said goodbye ...

    Easy living is over

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... and the any buildings now used as opulent museums. Clearly, power corrupts. Enroute back to the hotel we passed the biggest mosque in the Middle Easy, apparently built to accommodate 3 to 4 million worshippers on Fridays. I find that an almost impossible statistic but my hosts insist. I will try to corroborate / Google when next online. Back at the hotel we meet some of the riders and staff to become my new family for the next 25 ...

    City of the Dead

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 24, 2014

    ... in fact just oddly-shaped pieces of clay - along with some of the nicer intact pieces from the ruins of Persepolis make up the Museum's entire exhibit. Oh, and the salt man! Preserved beautifully as a result of being buried in a salt mine is the 2500 year old head of an alleged murder victim. Complete with a full head of hair, teeth, and a beard, the salt man is very, very ...


    A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 24, 2014

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    ... variety of spices as well as rugs with them, it seems like these is their major trading commodity. I find it strange that I can’t find much women, but I think the women in all black are them. I would like to get some jewels that the merchants are carrying with them in trade with spices. I use a caravan to carry my goods from place to place, but the people here use camels. They attach a saddle on it, cover themselves and ride the camel from place to ...