I'm not Sean, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night. LOL.
Okay going by what we have heard on the Iranian locations of the sightings of OBL back in November by Mansoor Ijaz the following cities show up in reports.
Also individuals that were reported that were/are aware of OBLs presence/past in Iran:
1)Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei
3)Others (names not given)
NEW DELHI: With the US asking Pakistan to ensure that "private network and individuals" do not become a source of proliferation again, reports say that Washington was well aware of Pakistani nuclear scientists being based in Iran and Afghanistan during the Taliban rule.
Two former senior Pakistani nuclear scientists who were based in the Afghan town of Kandahar had also met Mullah Omar and Osama bin Laden several times.
They were later detained and questioned on their return to Pakistan, according to reports including in Pakistani dailies The News and Dawn.
Much before the proliferation issue bogged down Pakistan, there were reports about Pakistani scientists working at a nuclear research centre being developed by Iran at Qazvin near Moallem Kalleiah, 150 km West of Tehran in the El Burz mountains.
Khan was also reported to have secretly visited this facility on several occasions in 1980s and early 1990s.
Since the days of President Gen Zia-ul Haq, when top Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan's underground proliferation activities were on, the Jamaat-e-Islami had developed very close relations with the general headquarters (GHQ) and the doors of GHQ were thrown open to the Jamaat teams giving them a chance to indoctrinate army officers.
If interested read article in its entirity by clicking on above link.
Also multiple links to news articles of Khamenei and his visits to Qazvin, Iran here: News for Qazvin, Iran
Member of Iraq's Governing Council Ahmad Chalabi, heading an Iraqi delegation, arrived in Qasr-e Shirin, Kermanshah province on Sunday through the international Khosravi border, to hold talks with Iranian authorities, IRNA reported.
Chalabi was welcomed on arrival in Iranian territory by Qasr-e Shirin Governor Hossein Khosh-Eqbal and a number of provincial officials.
In a meeting at Khosravi border, Chalabi and Khosh-Eqbal discussed expediting the process for the pilgrimage of Iranians visiting the sacred sites in neighboring Iraq, given the growing number of pilgrims arriving in the country via Khosravi border.
For his part, Chalabi noted the increase in the number of Iranian pilgrims visiting Iraq through the indicated border.
At the meeting, Khosh-Eqbal called for the increased use of the border by the Iranian pilgrims intending to visit Iraq, given the current infrastructures and facilities available in the border city of Qasr-e Shirin.
Head of Iraq's National Congress left for Tehran to meet Iranian officials on matters of mutual concern, after his meeting with Qasr-e Shirin governor.
To Be Continued
Work in Progress
Ha ha, that's one of the best lines used on this thread! LOL!