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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... esse seja outro bom efeito colateral de um país tão fechado. Eles curtem os lugares locais, os sights que supostamente seriam pra turistas, com tanta propriedade e de um jeito tão simples que faz parecer a maior diversão e curtição aos meus olhos. Pensei em quantos lugares lindos minha cidade, ou até meu país todo reserva e eu nunca estive lá.
Essa cidade é muito bacana, muito cuidada, ruas limpas, bebedouro com água geladinha pelas ruas, e como sempre com ...
... of kilometres away stood a harbinger of their comeback, as the doorman at our restaurant sported a resplendent royal blue tunic with a broad gold cummerbund!A remote and minute distraction, albeit.
Mon 8th:For the first time since Istanbul, we were left to our own devices until lunchtime. What we experienced was simply wonderful.Back we ventured to Naghsh-e-Jahan; even the process of navigating our own route was fresh and ...
Jumped on a bus to Esfahan this morning, heading the same way as Paul but parting ways with Frase. It's one of the main draw cards of Iran... copping the big tours and people on a limited timeframe. It was the capital once upon a time, although from what I gather that changes depending on who the Shah is at the time and what he's had for breakfast.
... been looking at carpets and had found one he was going to get the previous night but we decided to have a look at the selection anyway. He ended up finding a carpet he liked even more and it was cheaper than the other one (so he went back the next morning laden with cash and he bought it for US$1380). Whilst we couldn't afford a carpet or even a small patch of carpet we did buy the cheapest thing in the shop which was a nomadic blanket for $25 which we will use at bush camps ...
... public spaces are therefore even crowded at night and we as foreigners pose an interesting subject to most people here. We are greeted with Hellos and How are yous on every corner.
Finally we end the day by going for dinner at a very nice hotel restaurant where I try a dish called Dizi. On the way to that particular restaurant however, Bram, Essan, Faize and me are admiring an entrance to an old mosque when the nightguard comes and invites us in. He ...