Aldeyafa Hotel

Tripoli, Libya | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tripoli

5.MAN AND FIGHTING

A travel blog entry by asljl

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... live in oasis are mostly consisted of women, children and ages while people in the tribe are always strong ad powerful man. This is because in ancient time, people in desert considered oasis as a neutral region which they can’t being involved in a war. In this way can lessen the unnecessary sacrifice.

Although the war between two tribes are no longer appear (or seldom?), but for some reason the man in the tribe ...

4. TENT

A travel blog entry by asljl

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... with
one another for access to the cloth and precious stones brought by merchants.
It seems I once again enter the human world again!

And
I strongly recommend that if you go to the oasis , chieftain’s tent is a
fantastic travelling attraction! When you walk into the tent, you will being
shocked by the luxurious decoration and furniture you see: the ground was
covered ...

3.DESERT

A travel blog entry by asljl

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October 19, 2013

Silence,silence, and silence!

I used to think of that desert is a fun place: there are huge camels, wonderful sunset, different kinds of creatures that possess incredible ...

Unannounced Delays

A travel blog entry by tomcoote

Four weeks later, having backpacked from Benin to Mali, I was back in Tripoli. I had meant to be just changing planes but there was a delay and nobody was telling us why. The huge plasma screens at the airport were no longer showing CNN or BBC World News. The flight delays seemed to be stacking up but then it was announced that a couple of ...

Ruins, Medinas and Teahouses

A travel blog entry by tomcoote

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... most is Colonel Gadaffi's old Volkswagen Beetle. They also display the army jeep that he triumphantly drove into Tripoli on in 1969, along with a number of ostentatiously large portraits of Libya's 'Brother Leader'.

Having walked through the walls of the old city, you find yourself in a typically bustling North African medina. It's actually remarkably similar to the medina in Tunis, and seems to sell almost identical goods. The only real difference was that ...

Location

This hotel, located in Tripoli, is near Leptis Magna, Roman Sabratha, Cyrene, and Murzuq Castle.
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