Al Nakheel Hotel

Address: Al Naser street, Palmyra, Syria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Al Naser street, Palmyra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Palmyra

    Door and Window

    A travel blog entry by trinidadrh on Mar 28, 2011

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... metaphor, a metaphor for the two main definitions of exploration. First, the door represents exploration as someone going through a threshold, traversing an area for the purpose of discovery. The window represents exploration as examining or looking closely at something. My discovery in Syria helped me discover something closer to ...

    Let the Syrian roadtrip begin!

    A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 05, 2011

    12 photos

    On Saturday morning the movie-convoy left Damascus; 3 minibuses with people and 3 trucks with equipment and props. The first stop on our trip is the ancient city of Palmyra. Palmyra was an important stop in the desert between the 1st and 16th century AD. When the city fell in disuse, after having been ruled by a variety of people, it got relatively well preserved save for a few earthquakes. ...

    Guilty pleasures

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 18, 2010

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... a tourist- in the worst sense of the word. Limp hand shakes, hollow greetings, ****** restaurants with menu's in 6 languages, and locals who really couldn't care less where you're going, where you've been, where you're from. Bored teens terrorize the streets on noisy motorcycles, and young boys play marbles in filthy alleys. Nobody cared that I spoke a little Arabic because their English was flawless, and their Japanese wasn't bad, and they knew enough German, and of course ...

    Car trouble and machine guns in desert paradise

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 09, 2010

    37 photos

    ... on our return, so we detoured our bikes through the first part of the colonnaded road, none of which is fenced nor ticketed in any way.

    We are back in the peaceful campground for the night.

    One point of meteorological interest is how early it gets dark here. Shadows grow long by about 2:30 in the afternoon, sunset is around 4:30 pm, and it is quite dark by 5:30 pm. Of course we are now at the far eastern edge of this time zone. It occurs to me as I write, that we are also ...

    18th – 19th October

    A travel blog entry by orioncassiopiea on Oct 18, 2010

    10 photos

    ... After the tombs, we drove on the Temple of Bel, at the far end of the famous colonnade near the Victory Arch. This enormous temple comprised an enclosed central altar area and two raised platforms facing one another, each with sculpted ceilings; one of busts depicting the seasons with all the signs of the zodiac around them; the other more simply decorative. You can see the channel where the sacrificial animals were herded ...