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

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    Reviewed Jun 21, 2010
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    Travel Blogs from Tehran

    Tehran - cont'd

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Sep 29, 2014

    ... money as while we think we took enough cash with us once that money is gone we cannot get anymore.

    Talking about money. It took us all day and we are still not quite sure how it works to get the right money out of our purse to pay what people quote us as the price. The bill for our lunch stated the number 14,500. However when we wanted to hand over a 20,000 rial note the women shook her head and rummaged through the money we showed ...

    Persja Teheran

    A travel blog entry by wlodek on Sep 24, 2014

    ... 261;cych i kupujących to jest na dłuzszą metę nie do zniesienia. Wraczam więc na teraen właściwego bazaru , jest rochę ciszej ale dostawcy jeżdzą wózkami i pokrzykuja . Mimo tego widać jakis poządek , handlowcy pogrupowani są branżami. To dywany , kolejna ulica towary dla dzieci , alej drest , elektryczne itd. Kupuję czpeczkę którw przy tym nasłonecznienu jest nizbędna i ucieka ...

    One job undone, lots to undo

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Amin and Sassanid. Though the former's English was more fluent, the latter had instantly endeared himself to us by a) waiting until 04:30 at the station, and b) instigating a heated quarrel with a driver who had been reluctant to allow us cross the road to our shuttle bus.
    B: Our first stop was at Ferdowsi square to get some monies- as Eoin referred to earlier, ATMs are a no go here for us westerns. Once we had negotiated our exchange we headed to ...

    Iranian Conversations

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

    4 comments, 167 photos

    ... fly in rather than train from Istanbul) and our trusty *Australian passports to the rescue. It was time to find out for ourselves just what all the fuss was about. *Remembering to be Australian was to keep us on our toes throughout Iran due to constant enquiries about "your country"! The first few hours in any new country are always a little uneasy, never more so than when you are trying to fathom and respect the country's customs. For the last few months, the elephant in the ...

    Dizin is Amazing!!

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 22, 2013

    ... my Kuwaiti Dinars! It was the other way round at Kuwait airport where no one had any rials to sell me. Because of the sanctions I couldn't just go withdraw money from an ATM in Tehran. Luckily the travel agent had arranged someone to meet me and he was very friendly and helpful, even lending me IRR8,000,000 (about $USD320) in exchange for 100 of my dinars which he was successful exchanging ...