Address: Saadi Shomali No 437, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Saadi Shomali No 437, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsShiraz Tehran

    Reviewed by lucky


    Reviewed Jun 21, 2010
    by (5 reviews) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Shiraz Tehran

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    Alamut Valley - cont'd

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... of that. We figured that as the mullahs here were definitely not Arabs, but Iranians (as far as we knew) using this word must have been meant derogatory. He continued saying that they do not want Islam, that they don't want for their women to wear headscarves and that they wanted a choice and freedom. He looked
    so sad and angry that it almost broke my heart. Again a very educated man and clearly so unhappy with the political situation. He also wanted to know ...

    Alamut Valley

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

    What a nightmarish few days we had. It started when we rented the car in Tehran, which in itself was not an issue at all. But as we are finding everything takes a lot longer here than it would in Europe. So hiring the car took a bit more than one hour. But with my Kindle I am happy to just sit in an air conditioned office and wait. My new scarf is a huge improvement as it just stays on and the long tunica that I bought when I went to Croatia works quite well. ...

    Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

    19 photos

    ... to “protect" her, but I had the feeling of segregation and no protection at that time. And I had several times the feeling that the women wore veil to be an obligation, I could see in many a desire to stop using. Incidentally, most of them use good fluffy veil, appearing halfway down hair.

    But apart from all that is similarity to the metropolis around the world, and these "small" differences, there is something that is unique in Iran, despite Tehran is an huge ...

    City of the Dead

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 24, 2014

    ... is patriotically decked out in dozens of fluttering Iranian flags, along with enormous portraits of the 'shaheed' - 'martyrs' killed during the Iran-Iraq War - in celebration of the anniversary of the liberation of Khorramshahr. Shockingly, Khorramshahr was the only town of any note to ever change hands during the eight years of unproductive war that killed more than 1.5 million ...

    Tehran (Iran)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on May 24, 2014

    29 photos

    The overnight train got into the border town of Astara at 8.50am and once we had caught taxis to customs to pick up the truck, we proceeded to make our way across the border into Iran. Crossing the Azerbaijan part was relatively straightforward and with headscarfs at the ready we made our way through to Iran where we waited at passport control for a couple of hours whilst they went through the process of checking our passports and visas and asking us a few questions ...