Al Rasheed Hotel

International Zone, Baghdad, Iraq | Hotel
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    Strange Powers

    A travel blog entry by bananas1234 on Mar 22, 2015

    ... we're mainly running across rooftops to get places like our boss's house. Speaking of our boss, He's acting suspicious around us, like he's gonna steal Target Nexus any moment. He's never had any field work though, so he can't blend or hide feelings and information well. Anyway, the second weird thing that happened was that I was ...

    The Second Leg of My Journey

    A travel blog entry by sidwell on May 23, 2013

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    ... Temperatures in the desert ranged from about 30-40 degrees Fahrenheit at night and up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. By the time we had reached Baghdad almost a quarter of our caravan was wiped out. Some died from the heat while most of them died when we were attacked by a group of bandits. Once i reached the inner part of the city i was surprised to see how packed the market square was at midday, ...

    Rebuilding Baghdad

    A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... Baghdad. Er .. where was that? Yes, Baghdad. But there were benefits for me. There were to be two missions and I could call into Dubai for a few days on the way north, a few days on the way south, a few days on the way north again and a few days on the way south again again! A little de-stabilising to be sure. But under the circumstances, quite a neat arrangement.

    In Baghdad, the Serco project team is housed in a workers' camp built by an ...

    Leaving Iraq

    A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Sep 16, 2012

    5 comments, 22 photos

    ... an honorable culture, and left a hulking billion dollar embassy to show for it. Our priorities suck.

    But, I digress. Iraq knows powerful and eccentric leaders and followers. Some of the best:

    Noah is the mythical hero-sailor glorified in the ancient Epic of Gilgamesh written about 2000 BC, from which Judaism, Christianity, and Islam derived their own overlapping versions. According to the storyline, ...

    Tower of Babel II

    A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Sep 03, 2012

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... agree to undertake a journey. They end up going through the 9 levels of hell, emerge in Purgatory and continue on to Heaven. It’s a long story in 3 volumes.

    Anyway, the painting that inspired Bruegel’s vision of the Tower of Babel was a fairly literal representation of Dante’s Divine Comedy. 140 years after Dante’s death, Florence came to their senses, realized that they had booted out ...

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