Razavieh Grand Hotel

Address: AabSq (across from Reza Bazaar), Mashad, 91667, Iran | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on AabSq (across from Reza Bazaar), Mashad, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Mashad

The Holiest City in Iran

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 05, 2014

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... I'm not sure I was supposed to have got that far and was certainly not allowed into the room itself. But anyone in the line who paused or tried to take a photo received a tap on the head from a green feather duster weilded by one of the attendants. I later saw them with yellow dusters which they used to tap ladies on the head which I took to be because they thought they were not sufficiently modest in their dress.
At one point my ...

Mashad (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 07, 2014

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... of a whole bunch of different herbs she had picked in the mountains. Iranians seem to be addicted to sugar and the crystallised sugar crystals they serve with tea are good enough to eat. After our tea stop we hopped into our minibus and drove up and over the mountain to get to another larger village where we had lunch. The tasty lunch consisted of a stew of beef fat, potatoes, tomatoes and beef which you pour into a bowl and mash up then eat with bread. After we had finished ...

Black is back....

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Sep 19, 2012

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... steroids only with cars instead of motorbikes. Everyone appeared to have two speeds..STOP and FLAT OUT and it appeared that pedestrians had absolutely no rights whatsoever even on crossings and at lights. Good to know. In the end he got us very close to the place we were going to try and get a room. (And yes we did tip him because he did a damn good job!) And I say try...as it was soon very obvious the whole area had changed since the Lonely Planet had been published (about a ...

Welcome To Iran

A travel blog entry by silkroadstu on Dec 24, 2011

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Travellers we met throughout Central Asia that had come through Iran all said the same thing; that it was an amazing experience. In particular, people raved about the warmth, hospitality, kindness and intelligence of the people in Iran. On Christmas Eve, we crossed the border from Turkmenistan, through a beautifully isolated mountain range, bound for our first stop, in Mashhad. Our first experience of Iranian kindness came on the bus to Mashhad. A bright eyed ...

Mashhad, the holy city of Iran

A travel blog entry by groundhopper on Oct 23, 2010

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... person. All other Imams are not buried in Iran. Only the shi'it muslim have the 12 Imams, the sunnit and other muslim do not use them in their believe. Iran is one of very few countries with a majority of shi'it muslim, others are Palestine, Bahrain and I guess Lebanon.

Unfortunately I lost the pics of the Hamam, I will try to get some of my tourmates. Hope to show them later. ...

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