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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    Alamut Valley

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

    ... stained) and no towels or pillow cases. So I decided that now a good time to have a migraine.

    In the end we managed to get towels (luckily there was an English speaking person around who translated for our host who hardly speaks any English). We then made the beds as best as we could. I gave Alex my second pillow case that I had brought just in case and then dropped dead on the bed to sleep of my migraine. Our holidays in Iran are not really off to a great ...

    Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

    19 photos

    ... em apartamentos. Bem, até aí igual a quase toda metrópole no mundo. Mas nem tão igual assim. Como, por exemplo, os fim de semana aqui são às quintas e sextas. Isso mesmo, todo comércio, empresas, negócios, param às quintas e sextas. Nada mais justo, se para os cristãos domingo é dia de rezar e ir à igreja, portanto não é dia de trabalhar, para os muçulmanos sexta é dia de rezar e ir à mesquita. Bem, falando em negócios, a economia aqui é literalmente fechada pro restante do ...

    Tehran (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

    29 photos

    ... of the views at the bottom of the mountain and had lunch up there at one of the fast food joints. The taxi driver we had on the way down spoke excellent English and informed us the reason he was a taxi driver even though he had a university degree and studied in Germany was that he was intelligent and the fascism of the government meant they prevented qualified people from working in white collar jobs. This was the first hint of unrest within the country that we ...

    Passport gone, video there!

    A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Mar 11, 2014

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    ... br>
    Tomorrow we will leave Tehran and venture towards the North. First Ramsar, at the Caspian sea and then Gonbad, in the Turkmen area of Iran. Should be interesting.
    Then next week my passport should finally be back, I will pay my fine for overstaying and will be off to Nepal on April 1st (200 Euro one way flight from Tehran to Kathmandu with Air Arabia).

    Happy new year, No Ruz Mubarak

    Y'all take care now



    A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 24, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 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 ...