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

      Car trouble and machine guns in desert paradise

      A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 09, 2010

      37 photos

      ... That was OK to get us through the desert and into Palmyra, but the problem obviously will need to be resolved. I have sent an email to various VW people I know, not least of whom is brother Bob who works at a VW dealership… so hopefully someone might come up with a solution while we enjoy Palmyra.

      Other than the engine problem, the desert trip had its interests. We passed a few tent villages… we are guessing these were more Bedouins… with flocks of sheep ...

      Desert ruins

      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 06, 2010

      17 photos

      ... safely where she was made to walk in the Emperor's triumph. Together with the defeated Goths, Amazon women, and Vandals, walked Zenobia, who had disdained riding in her chariot. She was shackled by golden chains and strode defiantly. Zenobia, the great survivor, thereafter built herself a new life. She seems to have married a Roman governor and retired to a villa near Tivoli. These days the most striking building in Palmyra is the huge temple ...

      More Ghosts and the Unquiet American

      A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 10, 2010

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... nephews operate the hotel and souvenier shop across the road is an education.

      I return to the camp for my evening meal. It is as promised. Unfortunately the evening is marred by the presence of one of the loudest Americans I have ever come across (nothing personal Mark, he could have been Irish) whose speciality is boring people with tales of cars, engines, reboring (no pun intended but true). You know the ...

      Day 5 - Our Journey is close to Ending

      A travel blog entry by uclan-tourism on Oct 01, 2010

      19 photos

      ... though and respect that they might not have understood what we were doing but still.

      After seeing the tombs, we had picked up the rest of the group and set on our way to Damascus, it felt kind of surreal that this trip was ending and it felt that we were only getting to see a few of the many sites Syria has to offer. I could easily spend a few months even a year here and probably still not get to see the full historic nature Syria has to ...

      Day 5 - Valley of the Tombs

      A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Oct 01, 2010

      11 photos

      ... touting for some business, i am quite split in my mind when i see them. On one hand they are providing for their family and its certainly cheaper than the shops in many of the hotels that you come across and therefore their money is going directly into the pockets of needy families, then on the other hand you think "TOURIST TRAP" and their constant beckoning 'cheap' 'cheap' will annoy you and make the experience ...