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

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

      ... a lovely little city. We liked it much better than Tehran, especially the Bazzar. With lots of little shops selling for example delicious looking sweets it felt much more like an Asian city. Unfortunately we did not have time to do a lot of sightseeing, but other tourists we met later in the Alamut Valley said that the sights in Qazvin were really worth seeing unlike Tehran, which they did not like at all either.

      Breakfast was as expected white flat ...

      Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

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      ... sister and her family in the other side of the world. And I hope someday to do for them, back in Brazil, all they have done for me here.

      Yes, they really believe that a person visiting their country is a great gift from Allah, was how I felt, precious!


      Tehran é uma metropole, "quase igual" a todas as grandes cidades no mundo. Com aprox 10MM de habitantes, a avenida mais extensa do oriente médio está aqui e corta a cidade de norte a ...

      Tehran (Iran)

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

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      ... t want to work with us anymore after a heated argument with Suse so we ended up with the guide Suse had wanted and had been initially dealing with. So on our final day in Tehran we visited the palace which was now open. You had to buy separate tickets for each room in the palace so we just bought one combo ticket to three rooms. All the rooms had amazing mirror work and it was amusing to observe the Iranian men check themselves out in the mirrors. In our short time ...

      The first days

      A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Feb 23, 2014

      1 comment

      ... conduct and remarkably little accidents occur. In my opinion, it beats China & Thailand by far in terms of busyness. In Tehran I actually did little actual '"tourism". i.e. I kept a long distance from museums, mosques and the like. Rather I tried to immerse myself into Tehrani and Iranian culture, which worked out quite well.

      People in Iran are actually the friendliest, most forthcoming, most helpful I have ever encountered in any country. Wherever I go I was ...


      A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 24, 2014

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      ... of the food. The Persian culture is very nice and kind towards guests coming into the area. A man invited me to dinner and he had seven wives, seven!! The food usually consists of rice, eggplant, spices, and traded potatoes. One of the wives told me that they have many irrigation systems, as well as an underground irrigation system. She also told me that they just established a mailing system within the empire, that is how she communicates with her family.