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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Spent the morning checking out the attractions around Iman Square in the morning. Apparently it's the largest town square in the world and was used for polo matches and military parades.The mosque is pretty spectacular but unfortunately there was scaffolding ruining the view somewhat, seems it has been that way for some time. Perhaps they are …
Got a decent night's sleep and good breakfast before meeting my guide Mehdi, and then we were off to the bus terminal. A few supplies for the trip then onto the luxury bus for Esfahan, which was actually a luxury bus unlike many places in South East Asia with "Super VIP" plastered down the sides that are just ******, this one was similar to being …
... questions: "hello ... nice to meet, where are u from?". These questions were followed by an unexpected "do u have a husband?". I was already used to a certain way with this kind of question in Turkey, but always coming from men and not as that young girls. Well, naturally I immediately replied that I hadn’t. I always noticed a certain sadness, or sometimes "interest" in the look when people discovered the answer. But these girls were "strangely" curious, of course ...
Met old mate Paul briefly this morning to say gday and have a bite, then went separate directions... to shop. Wandering around different stalls, buying ****, is not really my style, but I kinda felt obliged to take some of this rubbish home. With that goal in mind... mission accomplished!
I poked my head inside Masjed-e Shah, aka Imam Mosque, and quickly set a lap ...
... The game is no longer played here, but it cannot be said that the fountains that would impede it fail to improve the overall impression, which does justice to the ambitious claim.
Our first destination was the Masjed-e Shah; sadly, within the courtyard of this majestic and hallowed monument, the view has been almost entirely obscured by canopies erected in order to shelter the devout from the fearsome sun. How noble, I mused, to put ...