Shohreh Hotel-Apartment

Blvd. Adjudaniyeh (Shahid Sabbari), Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tehran

Goodbye Armenia, I'll be back

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... fantastic in there.

Next stop was Garni Temple, which is unique in Armenia as its a pagan temple that wasn’t destroyed, instead being used as a 'summer residence’. A bus full of local high school girls necessitated teaching Roupen the expression ‘put that on ...

A Taste of Tehran

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... that the bank is not the place to go for this....chose a moneychanger on the square and took the plunge. Everything went smoothly - I came out with 3 million rials in my pocket! (for 100 USD). Then I went looking for a nearby National Photography Centre...after a lot of searching I was taken into the office of black clad young academic who explained to me that this was a college of the arts with some small exhibition space. She was a photographer & teacher....she was great! Before ...

Visa hell part 1 / Visum Hölle Teil 1

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

... für Indien zu beantragen. Bisher kriegte ich die Visa relativ einfach, was sich jetzt komplett ändert:

Tag 1: Freitag 17:00, Ankunft in Teheran. Dabei merke ich, dass ich einen ungünstigen Zeitpunkt gewählt habe, da Samstag und Sonntag die Botschaften geschlossen sind.

Tag 2: Da ich Zeit habe fülle ich den Online Antrag aus und speichere ihn als PDF. Mit dem USB-Stick suche ich einen Laden wo ich den Antrag ausdrucken kann. Ich ...

Dem Iranians

A travel blog entry by rafael.ali.420


... rice. Kinda like my hometown. The meal consisted of chicken, rice, and some veggies. Varius taught me various phrases in the language, just enough for me to able to buy some food and some wine. These fellas did make some good wine.

That night he showed me around the city. It was different, but there was something peachy about these Arab's buildings. Nice and earthy, you see. I asked him about one and he told me ...

A day in the life of Tehran

A travel blog entry by dornalar


... the local restaurants and cafes in the evenings. Local courtyards teem with excited youngsters who have escaped their harried mothers and their homework and yell out as they play ball. Young ladies change into fancier forms of hejab and go to the local shopping centres in small groups. Shopping seems to be a pastime for all ages. The evening is a long one and in most traditional families, the evening meal is a time to sit back and talk. It is usually followed by fruit ...


This hotel, located on Blvd. Adjudaniyeh (Shahid Sabbari), Tehran, is near Persepolis, Pasargadae, Khajou Bridge, and Si-o-Se Bridge.
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