Shiraz

Address: Saadi Shomali No 437, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
 
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Location

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

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    Reviewed Jun 21, 2010
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Shiraz Tehran

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    Travel Blogs from Tehran

    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 ...

    Tehran - cont'd

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Sep 29, 2014

    ... reading several travel blogs about the amazing Iranian hospitality I almost expected the first Iranian I met to invite me home for dinner) they are incredibly friendly and look at you with a lot of curiosity, but definitely never ever animosity even though Alex and I speak English together. One man helped us find a street that we were looking for (never rely on maps in Tehran) and we started talking. It turned out that he was from Iraq. Here I ...

    Iran!

    A travel blog entry by wallsy on Aug 25, 2014

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    So, Iran... what's goin' on in this joint? For whatever reason, from the second I stepped out of the airport and got a lungful of Tehran, I started comparing it to India. There are plenty of similarities, although the overwhelming first impression is one of relative sophistication.

    People are generally polite, the abundant human waste synonymous with the subcontinent is nowhere to be seen, I'm reasonably confident the people here don't ...

    Iranian Conversations

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

    4 comments, 167 photos

    ... of Iranian people. Here's a few snippets; "We do not want a political system that is tied to, and forces upon us, religious beliefs", "yes, we live together, in Tehran it's quite common for unmarried couples", "we are agnostic, the regime has killed religion for us" and finally "everyone hates the hijab (women's dress code), it's not just the women who think it's daft" Of course these are the young (and not so young) educated urbanites, the rural areas (by and large) are ...

    Transasia Express Pt 2: Chaos and crossings.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 23, 2013

    18 photos

    ... on my bunk with my queasy stomach. But we had to keep ourselves awake, as we would soon be hitting the border crossings – It was 2.30 in the morning.

    We didn’t stay awake, we were suddenly woken from our woozy slumber by banging on our door and a man calling for us to get off the train. It was pitch black, icy cold, extremely misty and eerie as everyone sleepily paced across the tracks to another hall, where we formed lines into male and female and ...