Tabriz Hotel

Abressan Crossroads, Tabriz, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Abressan Crossroads, Tabriz, is near Imam Reza Holy Shrine.
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    Rest day at my friends' home

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 04, 2014


    Today is a day for catching up on laundry (no photos posted) this Travelpod, and body rest. I need to rest because I caught a cold along the way and need to recover ASAP because the hills of eastern Turkey are coming soon. And apparently, I need to eat more because I'm loosing weight much faster than I expected. At home the bathroom scales tell me whether I'm gaining or losing. In less than a week my good friends Ali and Fahimeh noticed my cheeks are hollowing ...


    A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... t count the number of people who just wanted to say gday, offer to help and welcome me to their country. Some of it's people wanting to practise their English, but for the most part it's fair dinkum, straight up, genuine hospitality. Either way, it works for me. Thankyou.

    Met up with Reza and his mates for dinner... they're good lads too and probably not quite as wholesome as the ...

    My first day in Iran

    A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... wife Hulya and daughter Azra, all seasoned travelers. Everything went exceptionally smooth through check in, security, the flight itself, arrival, baggage pickup up to passport control. There was one disconcerting moment on landing when we encountered turbulence seconds before touchdown at which point we heard the engines roar followed by a quick change in orientation from down to up. I hadn't imagined the wheels falling off quite so early ...

    How do you even pronounce a triangle?

    A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Jul 29, 2014

    ... leaders stoodthe border of Iran. It was safe to that we all had different expectations, fears and thoughts about Iran, back home the media tends to portray Iran in a negative light and politically the country is one of the 'bad boys' of global relations. So it was with a mixture of hesitation and excitement that we had our Turkish exit stamps slammed on our passports, there was no going back now. Entering the Iranian compound the rest of the day was to be a best ...

    First I walked, and then Iran

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 01, 2013

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    What to write about Iran? Firstly, and most importantly, it is a place of huge contrasts. I crossed into Iran from eastern Turkey, arriving in Bazargan, a wild west-looking border town, complete with tumbleweeds. I was getting grabbed (physically) from all sides by taxi drivers, money changers and rougish-looking characters whose purpose I couldn't immediately ascertain. And yet when I did finally emerge from the ruck and board a taxi (full of trepidation) the driver turned ...