Taj Mahal AP Hotel

Address: No. 29, South Sheikh Bahai, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 29, South Sheikh Bahai, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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      Alamut Valley - cont'd

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... of that. We figured that as the mullahs here were definitely not Arabs, but Iranians (as far as we knew) using this word must have been meant derogatory. He continued saying that they do not want Islam, that they don't want for their women to wear headscarves and that they wanted a choice and freedom. He looked
      so sad and angry that it almost broke my heart. Again a very educated man and clearly so unhappy with the political situation. He also wanted to know ...

      Tehran - cont'd

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Sep 29, 2014

      The driving style is pretty much as bad as we have read everywhere. You are not safe anywhere not even on the footpath as when you walk happily along rest assured that a moped will speed by from behind or from the front. You are just not safe wherever you walk. But it is doable. You just have to constantly keep your wits about you. Crossing the road however is a completely different story. The only time in Iran your life really is in danger and I ...

      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 ...

      One job undone, lots to undo

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

      8 photos

      ... could depart with a certain British embassy-bordering street remaining unvisited. And sure enough, our bus passed the compound- but the far side! I rushed up the aisle to entreat our hosts for a pause, that I could sojourn at full speed to our own nation's place of pilgrimage in Iran, but to no avail. Conscious of the nine fellow travellers to whom the task meant nothing, I stopped short of full Uzbek embassy-mode prostration, and slunk dejected back to ...

      Iranian Conversations

      A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

      4 comments, 167 photos

      ... and have different priorities, but for us the Iranian stage was set. Our journey took us in a loop to the blue tile heaven of Esfahan, the 1000 year old Silk Road desert city of Yazd, Shiraz which gave us mighty Persepolis and the birthplace of a rather fine grape, Kashan with its ancient mud city walls and mighty houses and, for something completely different; the lush greenery of the mountains and rice paddies by the Caspian sea. Conversations; At the Sheikh Lotfollah ...