Parsian Hotel

Roudaki Street, Shiraz, Iran | Hotel
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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 - of poets and gardeners

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    É necessário sensibilidade | Needs sensitivity

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 29, 2014

    25 photos

    ... a place to stay because she would love me to stay at her house. Yes my dear, here this isn't an invitation only to be polite, the Iranians do not "educated" type, they like you, as this, for nothing, and they open their door’s house to greet you kindly. Well, I said I already had a hostel. And she followed with hospitality, "then I'll take you there, the road is long and you don’t need to spend with taxi". Indeed, I had no idea where I was on that ...

    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 ...

    The big aussie red

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 05, 2013

    10 photos

    ... it better as the birthplace of the famous grapes. No chance of finding any red wine here now though, alcohol has been illegal in Iran since the revolution).

    The nation's most revered poet, Hafez, is burried in Shiraz, and his tomb and garden attracts a multitude of Iranian pilgrams. Shiraz is also home to the tomb of Rezza's brother (Rezza being one of the 12 Imams in Shi'a Islam). This shrine is very important to Shi'ites, and ...

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