Buali Hotel

Address: Buali St., City Center, Hamadan, 65156, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Buali St., City Center, Hamadan.
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    Travel Blogs from Hamadan

    Hamedan

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 05, 2014

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    As we found that our original itinerary was a bit ambitious we decided to stay in Hamedan for another night and cancel the hotel in the next city we were going to drive to. This saves us around 400 km of driving.

    So we had enough time to see the Ali Sadr Caves. This cave was discovered in 1970 and you use a combination of walking and a boat to see the very pretty stalagmites and stalactites. It was really really pretty. Three ...

    Observations

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 04, 2014

    Some other observations so far:

    • In the buses the women do sit in the back and the men in the front and we really saw a bus almost empty in the front and women standing in the back because it was packed.
    • Iranians do drive slightly insane. We have by now seen all the maneuvers that we read about in the various blogs. Who cares to drive in the marked three lanes if five cars fit into that space; blinkers – not sure why they even exist ...

    Drive to Hamedan

    A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 04, 2014

    Today another big drive is ahead of us. But first we actually managed to see what the village looked like as the rain had stopped and the fog was clearing during the morning. The village is as picturesque as the guidebook described it:

    "At least a millennium old, Masuleh is one of Iran's most beautiful villages. Rising through mist-draped forests, earth coloured houses climb a cupped mountainside so steeply that the roof of one forms the pathway for the next".

    But as ...

    Where the Journey Began...

    A travel blog entry by thiswim on May 26, 2014

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    I have always been a behind the scenes person, ever since I can remember. I grew up in Ecbatane. My parents told me in order to have a good life I needed three things: strong religion, a good husband, and my own opinions. My name is Coral. My mom named me Coral because she wanted my name to remind me how precious I was. This makes sense because coral is a precious stone in the Middle East. When I was 16 I was married off to ...

    Echoes of Medes, Achaemenids, Iskander, Avicenna..

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 13, 2013

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    A day to explore Hamadan. Perfect weather.
    Two tombs of important early C11 figures. First the much loved Sufi poet Baba Taher who wrote simple straight forward poems in the Lor language. Inside the tomb an old man was reciting Baba T's verse, Naser translating.....
    Later in the morning we visited the mausoleum of the great BuAli Sinna, known as Avicenna in the West. The great man died here ...