Tabriz Hotel

Address: 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 ...

      Eat, fatty...

      A travel blog entry by wallsy on Sep 02, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... fresh double decker burger to wash it all down.

      These people know how to eat!

      We did achieve one thing today, other than solid progress down the path to obesity, which was taking the 'telecabin' (cable car) up the hill to have a look around. It's a good view of town on the way up, and finishes amidst impressive, jagged, red hill country... reminiscent of Indiana Jones or Star Wars.

      Spent the rest of the day chilling with Reza and the ...

      Too nice...

      A travel blog entry by wallsy on Aug 31, 2014

      1 photo

      ... on his way to Tabriz. He offered to put me up for a couple of nights... how good are these people? I eagerly accepted.

      We got a cab back to his, not allowing me to pay, before ducking out for a feed, where he also wouldn't take my money. The restaurant staff even gave us a couple of free drinks and a starter, for... I don't know what!! I've heard about this Iranian hospitality, and am now starting to see it. I've gotta lift my game...

      My first day in Iran

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

      4 photos

      ... 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

      ... 2014 Mongol Rally car into Iran. Our first interaction with the Iranian authorities had gone rather smoothly, but for all those getting their Carnets on the door it was to be rather more complicated. As we were convoying we settled down for a long wait. It was then that we first experienced something that was to be oft repeated during our time in Iran and which made Iran a truly special place to visit. An elderly gentleman was sitting on the grass behind the car park ...