Piroozy Hotel

Imam Hossein Ave, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... would've bought it if I hadn't! The Baluchi is a lotus design from fine camel wool & 50 yrs old; the Chak Chak has Zoroastrian themes & is 40% silk/60% camel neck wool. I couldn't leave them in the warehouse once I'd fallen for them!!
Returned to the hotel to reorganize my luggage & check out.
Masi dropped us at the bus terminal. Our Scania coach pulled out more or less on time (1:30).
Passed another Tower ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

... parties walked away happy. Having seen next to no tourists in Tabriz and limited numbers in Tehran it certainly came as a surprise when the people we sat next to at dinner on our first night were an Australian lady and a Kiwi. Both of whom seemed pushing 70. Good effort. Once in the square it was tourist city - Japanese clicking away snap happy on their cameras, groups of Germans, couples with guides, a few soloists. With all the locals keen to ...

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 ...

Erdington to Esfahan!

A travel blog entry by p45


... the square now housed the police themselves.
We found out that women can't enter these places anymore and the police are being especially strict and closing them down if they are found to be serving women.
We met one crazy iranian guy who was working as a guide around the world and was really determined to get to New Zealand somehow, he was going to claim refugee status, it was pretty annoying as he was the last person that was suffering under ...

Longest Wait - Day 31

A travel blog entry by krisbolt


... locals for help. A woman helped to say where I was. Few steps ahead, I could smell fresh baked cakes. Yay! Found a shop. OMG, big choice of sweets. I picked chocolate slices sprinkled with pistachio flakes.

Returned hotel, tried to find the couple to gather around and surprise my group leader at his room door. Failed, couldn't find the couple. I went by myself, he was busy in the bathroom when I knocked. Oh dear! Came back 20 mins later, surprised him the ...


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