Razavieh Grand Hotel
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... Arabia. Furthermore he was assassinated by the Caliphate who feared his popularity - poisoned grape and pomeranate juice.
You can only imagine how holy that makes this place. The come in their thousands from all over the Muslim world to touch the cage inside which is his tomb and to partake in payers in the huge courtyard mtosques that surround it. It is all run by a charitable body that accepts donations which they use to ...
... to enter into the shrine part though). We had to completely cover up to enter and weren't allowed to take cameras in although we were allowed to use the cameras on our phones. We also weren't allowed to take in any mirrors or cosmetics as they don't believe in vanity. We got shown around the complex by a voluntary female guide and we had to go into a tourist building and watch a short film and take away a whole bunch of literature (and also some holy salt). The next day which ...
... all the way to our hotel....after much tooing and throing we worked out that the other guy in the cab needed to go in the opposite direction to us and our driver had simply given the appropriate fare to another cabbie to take us the rest of the way...."No more money" ...he kept repeating. OK, fine by us.
With all our luggage swapped over we showed the new guy where we wanted to go. Right near the biggest monument in town...The Holy Shrine. From what we could see ...
... talking about Iranian history and culture, surprised at the level of English spoken.
The Mashhad experience gave us a more than an ample taste of Iranian food. We tried everything from soups, stews, shishlik, kebabs, dizi and the famous Iranian dish of Sirobi consisting of sheep’s stomach (apparently good for a healthy stomach). The weight we had lost in Central Asia was quickly piling up again as each day passed here. Trips out to surrounding ...
... are one of the most friendliest and nation in the world, and are extremely polite as well, I had so many local people approaching to me, introduce themselves, welcoming me to Iran, show me around, and outside the holy complex, I also had a whole crowd of schoolgirls ran up and take a photo with me. They do not see a lot of tourists in this country especially in Mashhad, but the once they see, they really take good care of ...
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