Piroozy Hotel

Imam Hossein Ave, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel

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Qom - Esfahan (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet


... Of course one of them owned a shop in the bazaar and offered to give us a free demonstration of how they make the patterned tablecloths we had seen around. We of course knew that he was trying to get a sale off us and told him we couldn't buy anything but he was super friendly and didn't have the sneaky salesman sort of vibe so we went with them. It turned out to be an awesome experience and made our day. It was a Friday which is like a public holiday in Iran as everyone goes ...

A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1

Lazy morning.....the bus doesn't leave til 1:30pm.
A cool & pleasant day. Naser & Masi accompanied me to the Bagh-e Dolat Abad, a palace garden once the residence of Persian regent Karim Khan Zand. Built in 1750, it follows the classic Persian model but is rather large. Symmetrical with evergreens lining the long fountain, fruit trees (pomegranates, olives, etc) and the tallest badgir windcatcher in Iran. We inspected ...

Friendly locals in Esfahan

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... the opportunity in Australia than a lot of our own citizens do.

Tip: forget the rubbish advice from the Australian government about "maintain a low profile"... go and sit around a public place and chat with the locals that come over and say hello.

Dinner was at Shahrzad, another restaurant full of ...

Glorious Esfahan

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... large dams that I mentioned at the start of Iran, the government is holding back water so that it can control it's use. The guide explained that he believed the wars experience over oil in recent decades would be over water in the future. The first bridge Shahrestan built around 1500 years ago served as the main route into the city. It had been restored. The Khaju bridge built by Shah Abbas II around 1650. The 2 tier ...

Feeling hot hot hot

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome


... it was so hot and there was no way I was going to be walking around from place to place in that heat with all the gear on, good thing the van had air con, well ours did anyway J. Even in my new outfit it was still hot. But we saw the oldest bridge in Iran that the camels and wagons used when coming in from the Silk Road trail back in the day. Then the kings bridge, where he would stand and address the commoners. The commoners used to and still ...


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