Silk Road Guesthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsSilk Road Guesthouse Yazd
Silk Road is conveniently located near the grand mosque, yet is secluded enough from the main traffic. The food was incredible and the staff were extremely friendly.
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Travel Blogs from Yazd
Made new friends with french nationals Coeffe and Olivia last night at the restaurant, so we tag teamed to visit Towers of Silence in a hired car. It helped that I had no visual clues on the Towers of Silence. So when the moment I emerged from the ticket office, my jaw literally dropped.
I thought I may had …
For all historical buffs reading this, Yazd is the destination that you have been waiting for. It has got derelict mud brick village, the world's oldest castle, a mysterious Zoroastrian pilgrimage site all within the span of the last two thousand years and set in the eerie desert rock formations of central Iran.
Sauna on Wheels
So the bus trip to Yazd resumed today - it was in fact an 8 hours long journey into the desert and through the amazing Zagros Mountains. As per my previous post, take bus number 97 to KarAndish bus terminal and change for the 220,000 rials VIP bus to Yazd.
Be warned though, the VIP buses are in fact mobile saunas - …
Easy drive to Yazd and even easier was we noticed the traffic was calm and minimal. Evidently the nicest Iranians live in Yazd. We easily found the road into the old area of town which we needed to take to get to the Silk Road Hotel however it was a construction zone… so not too fazed I decided the next ally will do fine….. apparently …
As Rach said in her Shiraz post, we have had trouble accessing our travelpod website as well as Facebook and local mobile phone networks. It appears President Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Council really don't like Iranians accessing some sites, although mercifully for crazy people everywhere wanting a role model and some novel ideas, his own blog...Yazd, Iran ranizo