Ramsar Hotel

Address: Shahid Rejai St., Kalantari Sq, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shahid Rejai St., Kalantari Sq, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Aali Qapu Palace.
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        Alamut Valley - cont'd

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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        ... in the West thought of Iran and that he was sure that we disliked Iran. But I said that we in the West had learned to distinguish between the regime and the people as well. So we did not just hate Iran and believed all the news in the paper.

        For some reason the Iranians really like Germans and Germany. A lot of the people we met had relatives in Germany (this man's cousin I think studied psychology in Frankfurt). I need to find out where this strong bond ...

        Alamut Valley

        A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

        ... A few minutes later another Iranian man appeared and started shouting at the first man. He then indicated that we should be coming with him all the while shouting what sounded like some very unfriendly words to the other man. His house was next door to where we had been, but when he showed as our room I almost dropped dead. The room was really run down, quite dirty with a squat toilet. The beds were not made, the sheets for the bed dirty (or at least washed, ...

        Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

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        ... her. One night we found my friends travelers, Livia Enrico, who coincidentally met Sahar at embassy before I arrived, and why not "put all together on one thing?". We all went to dinner together and then climbed the mountain again to chat and have tea. And here is my impression of Iran, people are the most valuable asset of this place. A policy that makes this country closed to the world, had the side effect of the most hospitable and friendly people I’ve never saw in my ...

        Tehran (Iran)

        A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

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        ... of the views at the bottom of the mountain and had lunch up there at one of the fast food joints. The taxi driver we had on the way down spoke excellent English and informed us the reason he was a taxi driver even though he had a university degree and studied in Germany was that he was intelligent and the fascism of the government meant they prevented qualified people from working in white collar jobs. This was the first hint of unrest within the country that we ...

        Passport gone, video there!

        A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Mar 11, 2014

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        ... surrounding Tehran (much like Lhasa) due to the fog of pollution that shrouds Tehran in black clouds finally lifting. People from LA, your traffic is nothing against Tehran...

        In the past week I have been staying at Ali Alamshahis place, where I lived with him, Daniel (a German from Kiel) and his mother. It is a lovely time and his mother is an absolutely amazing cook. Having Iranian food homecooked is still quite different from eating things in ...

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