Raamtin Residence Hotel

Address: 1081 Valiasr Ave., Tehran, 11369, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1081 Valiasr Ave., Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Aali Qapu Palace.
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        The Sights of Tehran

        A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 25, 2015

        16 photos

        ... skin & hair that isn't black (not that you can see much of it of course due to the compulsory hijab)!

        Continued on to have a late lunch then went down Freedom Street (where all the revolution marches occurred, with tanks etc rolling down this street). Ironic that Freedom St is when the Revolution occurred, which took away many freedoms of the people!

        Stopped briefly at Azadi Tower, one of the most famous monuments in Tehran. Walked down to take ...

        Alamut Valley - cont'd

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

        2 photos

        ... is stunningly beautiful and the guidebook really has the best description. "The landscapes are inspirational and delightfully varied, with scenic suggestions of Patagonia, Switzerland, central Australia and Syria all spiced by a uniquely fascinating medieval history". We had already noticed the similarity to central Australia earlier. What a beautiful landscape completely rugged with sparse plant growth (especially as it was autumn), but if there was a stream ...

        Alamut Valley

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

        ... and were full of hope to reach Alamut Valley our next destination in a few hours. Well a few hours later we were still driving around trying to find the turn off that would take use to Alamut Valley. After driving over the same bridge what felt like the 10th time we decided to call it a day (and save our marriage) by spending the night in Qazvin. For Alex it was the first time he had to drive into an Iranian town. But he managed quite well (drive ...

        Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

        19 photos

        ... but it is difficult to find a couple walking the streets embraced. All women must wear a veil, impossible to find one without, cover legs and arms is also mandatory and wear a blouse that covers up to the knee also. Someone may be asking, but what happens if I don’t use? Well, the police and the society will "remember" you. Yes, they will ask you directly to that cover. I had no problem in adapting myself to this culture, excepting the heat I felt with so many cloths in all, ...

        Tehran (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

        29 photos

        ... sure we weren't American, British or journalists. We were then met at the gate by an extremely good looking Iranian man who organised and paid for our taxis to meet the truck a bit further down the road. We hung out around the truck for a while as Suse organised with the man, who was a fixer, to get our US money exchanged for local currency on the black market which gets you a much better rate than the bank. The truck was parked by the beach front so we were able to ...