Parsian Hotel

Address: Roudaki Street, Shiraz, Iran | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Roudaki Street, Shiraz, is near Kandowan, Bazaar of Tabriz, Eil Goli (The Shah's pool), and Ark Mosque (Ark-e-alishah).
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      Travel Blogs from Shiraz

      Shiraz

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... The security personnel would only let a few people at a time through security and then close the doors after these people so the waiting crowd could not see what was happening at the security check. When we finally made it I understood the procedure.The security personnel basically search through each suitcase and make you unpack it completely if you are unlucky. One guy I saw had to unpack everything from his suitcase and then the ...

      Drive to Persepolis

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 14, 2014

      3 photos

      Today was the dreaded day of the longest drive of our holidays. But our manager was true to his word and found us a local driver that knew the way to Persepolis and was willing to drive with us in our car to Persepolis. We were so lucky as there are no major roads between Kerman and Persepolis and we would have never found the way. So Alex wrote the Persian words for "left", “right” and “straight” on a piece of paper and we could communicate ...

      Shiraz - of poets and gardeners

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 08, 2014

      14 photos

      ... ride here took somewhat longer than expected but was comfortable enough and had a restaurant car that served breakfast and lunch. Everyone wants to know from my guide where I am from. Those who have English want to talk to me directly. Everyone is friendly and generous. You can't get them to talk politics, though there are those who are dismissive of the government.

      I haven't felt threatened or in danger anywhere I have been. It's a ...

      Ancient history, Persepolis & Yazd.

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 24, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... of Persepolis, which originated in 520 BC, under Darius 1, who was a significant ruler from the Aechmenid dynasty. It was an important empire for 150 years. In about 330 BC, Alexander the Great & his Macedonians ended the Aechmenid era, and much of Persepolis was destroyed. What remains today is largely due to the covering of dust & sand which wasn't excavated until the 1930's. What is left of the buildings is most impressive. We then visited the ...

      Shiraz -Persepolis (Iran)

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 01, 2014

      85 photos

      ... a drive through a sand storm which had us shutting the side tarps rather quickly. As we later found out, the sand storm made it to front page news in Iran and even Australia, as it caused a 30 car pile up in Tehran and four people died. Lucky for us we were on a desert road and whilst we had to swerve to avoid a car that had decided to stop for the storm in the middle of the road, there were few very cars around us. With a film of dust over us we continued to drive to the city of ...

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