Travel Blogs from Esfahan
... helped us all order. Back at the hostel and time to have a closer look at the facilities with included a fridge in the room. The 2 story complex had a courtyard with some seating and a massive tree which provided good shade. The room itself was clean enough and the light switch helpfully on the outside wall. The cool air vent was on but to no great effect and I laid in a sweaty mess trying to ...
... s it! And then this mixture was served as a soup
with bread and bits of meat pulled of the goats head by hand. To add more taste
to it the owner, who was a crazy, sweating Turkish guy, started chopping
an onion on our table while talking to us, then the same onion on the
reception table and finished it on the lid of the pot that he put on the
floor. The meal was not the best, Ania really didn't like it while Peter thought it was ...
... was so happy, said coffee time at check out 1pm confirmed.
1pm check out, baggage in the storeroom. Coffee time we all wolfed down the cake. Delicious and so fresh! My group leader loved it, said it was very good cake he had since.
Met the local guide for short walking tour at other side of the city. Visited old royal palace, then a big rectangle site with mosque at one end. Climbed steep spiralled stairway to the roof level where the music ...
... as he got sent off in his last match. We visited a part of the centre with him and Leo, including the Naqsh-e-Jahan, the 2nd largest square in the World (after Tiananmen in Beijing) with 2 stunning mosques and a palace around it. One of the mosques, the Masjed e Sheikh Lotfollah, is supposed to be the most beautiful in Iran, and you can understand why inside. We also went to see the river, which has been dry for a few years, but has some very nice ...
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