Carlton Idlib

Address: Idlib-Areha Road, Idlib, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Idlib-Areha Road, Idlib.
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Travel Blogs from Idlib

Syria Adventure

A travel blog entry by syriaadventure on Jul 01, 2011

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Al-Bara, noted for its unusual pyramid tombs, is one of the largest site of the region extending over some 2x3 km. The ruins are scattered among fields, olive groves and orc*********e can distinguish remains of at least five churches, 3 monasteries, several villas, two pyramidal tombs and an underground tomb.The settlement was established in the fourth century at an important trade route between Antioch and Apamea. Due to good location ...

Day 2 - Feeling Overwhelmed in History

A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 28, 2010

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Dead Cities Tour

Press Conference

Our day started a little late, we were held into a press conference by the Ministry of Tourism for 2 hour, this was my first ever press conference which had so many people. It was held at the Diddeman Hotel in Aleppo just 10 minutes from the Sheraton. The speaker the Minister of Tourism established the objectives on tourism, the accomplishments already ...

The kids just wouldn't stop talking-until we paid

A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 13, 2010

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Ok, we didn't pay the kids. But I think they wanted us to. There were two of them. We pulled up and parked next to a cab taking some tourists away, and we could see these kids picking figs from the trees, using the old ruins as footstools to reach the branches. THey approached us and gave me a fig, then motioned for me to pay them. And they wouldn't take it back. So I placed it on a rock and showed them I wasn't taking it. And ...

Hitch Hiking to Qala'at Samaan

A travel blog entry by gearoids on May 04, 2010

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To get here I thought id make it a day trip to a few other places. Only Problem. 90 euro for the day. Now bear in mind that i could live here in hotels for a month for that price. Needless to say I was not impressed, as was every one else in the Agency/Hotel. Every one was trying to Bargain. No luck. I got him to 83. :( and agreed. Headed off to see the citadel, but i didnt read the small print. Closed on Tuesdays. So. what to do? ...

Found it by a Fluke

A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jan 02, 2010

2 comments, 4 photos

Syria charges tourists with diesel cars $ 100 USD per week and if you overstay the week they charge you the extra $100 USD + $ 100 USD fine. So with this in mind we decided to get towards the border quickly and get out of the country. Off to Aleppo where we enjoyed a complete circumnavigation of the town trying to find the way out towards a place called Qual Al Simien. This place was recommended to us a good place to stop and view an old church and a ...