Shohreh Hotel-Apartment

Address: Blvd. Adjudaniyeh (Shahid Sabbari), Tehran, 11369, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blvd. Adjudaniyeh (Shahid Sabbari), Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Khajou Bridge, and Aali Qapu Palace.
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Travel Blogs from Tehran

The Sights of Tehran

A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 25, 2015

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... saying whatever we want, without fear of arrest or other punishment. There seems to be a huge part of the population that longs for these kinds of freedoms ... something has to change here sometime soon.

Continued on to Tehran's other major landmark: Melad Tower. Walked around the bottom for a while, then went up to see the sights of the city from above & take some more photos.

After, we came back down, had some dinner & then went back to the ...

Alamut Valley - cont'd

A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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... who shared what the castle guy told him in Farsi in fluent English. He told us a bit about his family with one brother living in Perth and one sister living close to Belfast. His whole family seemed to be very educated with his brother being a hydraulic engineer, his sister a heart specialist and he had studied physics. He was also quite pleased to hear that tourism to Iran is taking off and asked whether that was due to the new president, which we confirmed. ...

Alamut Valley

A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

... great, but I guess standards here in Iran are just not like Western hotels. The shower was hanging in the middle of the bathroom like Asia so everything got wet when you took a shower. However the hotel provided plastic sandals for wearing in the bathroom. But I think the biggest difference is cleanliness. I had my own pillow and pillow case, but next time I would definitely also take a silk sleeping bag. Just in case.

But otherwise people were ...

Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

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... 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 ...

One job undone, lots to undo

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

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... 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 ...

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