Ramsar Hotel

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, Pasargadae, Si-o-Se Bridge, and Khajou Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Tehran

Iranian Conversations

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

4 comments, 167 photos

... fly in rather than train from Istanbul) and our trusty *Australian passports to the rescue. It was time to find out for ourselves just what all the fuss was about. *Remembering to be Australian was to keep us on our toes throughout Iran due to constant enquiries about "your country"! The first few hours in any new country are always a little uneasy, never more so than when you are trying to fathom and respect the country's customs. For the last few months, the elephant in the ...

Passport gone, video there!

A travel blog entry by julius1991 on Mar 11, 2014

5 photos

... of our time in Iran that you all have to watch:


With Bram's and Reinier's departure something terribly stupid happened: I accidentally had left my wallet that contained all my creditcards, my travel money and my freaking PASSPORT in Bram's backpack. The next morning after they left I woke up to discover that my passport with my visa and all my money had taken a trip to Amsterdam. Long story short, the passport is ...

Transasia Express Pt 2: Chaos and crossings.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 23, 2013

18 photos

... boobs = attention and special treatment. Every head in the terminal followed my run back to the train, as it had tooted.

We would be on this slow moving train for another 15 hours, and in that time our cabin became the lively social hangout for our new friends and us. Nasrin, Aryan, Tracey and I would share their bread, card games and fit’s of laughter. We took them for a thankyou meal to the restaurant cart, but not before they changed into their best outfits. ...

Tehran, Iran: Anyone for a nose job?

A travel blog entry by samber on Oct 11, 2013

50 photos

... gave up on music around 4am. It was for that reason, and quite possibly the gag worthy aromas that met me after rising from some form of shut eye, that I was more than happy to disembark when we pulled into Tehran at 7am. Tehran itself proved to be a hustle and bustle of activity with streets split into sections. Our hotel was located within the car parts area. Another couple of streets further down would sell only electricals and so on. The hotel was ...

Man and woman / Mann und Frau

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Sep 29, 2013

8 photos

... and parking areas for women.
The first mission in Tehran I want to finally repair the laptop. The idiot in Turkey has broken the power supply and soldered a connector type, which can hardly be found. After much searching I decide to operate the power supply without the additional electronics and let the connector solder directly to the cable. This works now and I can reload the laptop reasonable, as long as I do not know, however.

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