Simorgh Hotel

Address: 1069, corner of Delbasteh Alley, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1069, corner of Delbasteh Alley, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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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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    ... that if he watched movies from before the revolution there were lots of tourists, but then nothing. He seemed to be quite glad to hear that there were now more tourists coming to Iran. Talking to this educated Iranian was really interesting and confirmed everything I had read about Iranians.

    Alex and I then continued our exploration of the area by driving to some canyons and a little town at the end. The little town could have been taken straight out of ...

    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 ...

    Igual, mas diferente | Same, same, but differente

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

    19 photos

    ... uma grande aventura, muito mais louco que qualquer uma das maiores avenidas em São Paulo no horário do rush, completamente frenético. Não há farol que funcione, incontáveis motos cruzando em todos os sentidos, buzinas pra todo lado, difícil de saber de onde e pra ondem vão os carros, todos cruzam aos mesmo tempo junto com as pessoas. Então a melhor técnica, como diz um amigo meu, olhe pro lado oposto dos carros (se você conseguir identificar rs) peça pra Allah te guiar e bora ...

    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 ...

    Back to Tehran

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 16, 2013

    1 photo

    ... br> Highlight: Definitely the whole "get to the train in time" experience. Hearing the little 1300cc engine in the family car hitting the rev limiter emphasised to me how seriously my friend's father took our mission.

    Lowlight: The frustration of running so, so late, but being unable to effectively communicate this to the bus driver when he stops for the 6th cigarette break in as many hours.

    Sorry, not much in the way of photos for this entry! ...