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Lonely Planet, 15 Eyl 2010 - 452 sayfa
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Lonely Planet Iran
Pause on the Grand Stairway at Persepolis and imagine trumpeters heralding your arrival
Indulge in rosewater ice cream as you stroll between centuries-old bridges in Esfahan
Believe it when you see it: check out the world's most unexpected ski resorts
Rent a room with a view in a mountain village and watch life unfold as it has for centuries
In This Guide:
Two authors, five months of on-the-ground research, 379 invitations to tea
Packed with tips for overlanders, women, and solo travelers
Incorporates Farsi words and script throughout
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Andrew has spent eight months travelling in Iran in recent years. Apart from enjoying endless tea and unforgettable hospitality, he has written about Iran for the previous edition of this book, for Lonely Planet's Middle East guide, and reported the 2003 Bam earthquake and Iran's last two general elections for major newspapers. Despite 'misunderstandings' that have led to occasional short stays with the constabulary, Andrew believes Iranians are among the most hospitable people on earth. This is Andrew's 15th book for Lonely Planet. When he's not travelling Andrew lives in Bangkok, Thailand.

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