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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... e o brilho de construções estonteantes, mesquitas e castelos belíssimos, bazares ricos em tapecaria e peças exclusivas de um artesanato fino e exclusivo como eu nunca tinha visto. Queria um pouco de tudo na minha casa. Mas na minha bagagem não coube muito mais do que fotos lindíssimas e a memória de um país e um povo único, que tenho imenso respeito e admiração.
E numa bela tarde sentada na Naqsh-e Jahan Iman Square, a segunda maior praça do mundo, esperando o ...
... in mind for one of us, lounging for the other (guess which for whom). The square boasts a bazaar on all four sides, and ambling through its cloisters, swathed in unqualified smiles and greetings from the unforgettable natives, seemed unbeatable- until, whilst stopped to select postcards, a voice behind us called out "Céad mile fáilte!".Hamid brought us to a secluded café, where we insisted on buying him a coffee, and we nattered about life ...
... to stay and went walkabout. The attractions are the bazaar, the square, various mosques, parks, the palace, the 'river' and bridges along it, plus Jolfa... the Armenian quarter. I ticked a few of them off, including the biggest mosque in the country, before succumbing to chay and qalyan.
I met old mate for dinner, who had a map drawn up by a mate ...
... s favourite was the melon juice whereas I couldn't go past the ice cold banana (with a dash of milk). We sat in the shady park off the square for the rest of the afternoon where we had various people come up to us (tourists in Iran are few and far between so we are easy to spot), with the three questions we have come to expect every time; What country are you from?; Do you like Iran?; How have the people been?. They also love to take photos with us and often ask to add us on ...
... of a couch from a student doing his masters. Unfortunately by the time I got to Isfahan three days later, he had been called away to do a seminar out of town, so he handed over hosting duties to his friends. Such a friendly group of faces welcomed me! The boys Adel and Abulfez lived in one apartment, and the girls, Samineh and Sima, lived nearby. Rules prevented the girls hosting male couchsurfers at their place (or indeed even ...