Antradous Hotel

Address: Tartus, Tartus, Syria | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Tartus

        The swing of things

        A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 14, 2010

        ... is stirring the ocean, carrying with it a thick heavy mist of salt and water. The call to prayer starts up, and it too is carried away in the breeze.

        I'm happy to be back in Syria. Money goes a long way here. I've determined that stressing about money while spending extended periods abroad certainly has an affect on my overall level of happiness. Living and eating like a bum in countries famed for their cuisine isn't my idea of fun. Indeed, ...

        Cracking Great Castle!

        A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 06, 2010

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... I spent another 20 minutes or so kicking the ball around with him before breakfast and then departure.

        We set off south toward Krac des Chevaliers which is very near the Lebanon border, about a 100 km drive. It was a very lovely drive, and we again stuck to secondary roads, so no westerners not tour busses to be seen until Krac. Again, signposting was tricky, with many signs in Arabic only, and the ones in roman alphabet were so worn out we had to stop and double back 2 or ...

        Development and Death in the Hills

        A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 15, 2010

        4 comments, 9 photos

        ... citadels that passed from Arab to Crusader and back again. The last time I was here I delighted in exploring them. To me it is another blot on European history. Rabbles of religious fanatics, younger nobles looking for land and wealth, soldiers of fortune, and genuine lilgrims and holy men descending in waves on the Holy Land all in the name of religion. The outcome? Destruction, war, suffering. I think of my friend from yesterday who lives ...

        The Kindness of Strangers

        A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 14, 2010

        2 photos

        ... a small wood of pine trees offers shade and protection. I drop down from the hills above Tartus and see my first sight of the Mediterranean. I try to find the coast road but cannot. It's somewhere on the other side of the motorway. I end up on it heading north. I think I've gone too far so I take an exit and double back. There is a single carriageway road running parallel so, in the spirit of Syrian driving, I find a gap in the verge and ride through. I follow ...

        Two Castles and a Bus

        A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 08, 2010

        17 photos

        ... castle in Syria. According to my guidebook, it could store supplies for 1,000 men to survive a five-year siege. It was the last crusader castle to fall, after only a five day siege, because manpower had become so dwindled by 1285. The views over the ocean were nice, and there were no tourists. There were a lot of dark areas to explore, no bats though.

        Headed back down and asked for directions to a minibus back to Tartous, and found ...

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