Al Cazino Hotel
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... so even though it is a Friday which is a holiday day here…..the weekend is Friday / Saturday, not Saturday / Sunday as we are accustomed. It's normally the sounds or cars and car horns that kills any quiet. I guess the city of Lattakia drained some of its energy last night, if people weren't on the streets then they were being kept awake by the noise. It all started about midnight with the tooting of car horns while driving in a procession. ...
1188 the castle fell to Saladin, who took his forces on an expedition to the North to probe crusader defenses and block the re-liberation, Saladin's forces pounded the castle and claimed victory. One of the magnificent features is the 28m ditch made by the Byzantines running 156m along the eat side is 14-20m wide and has a 28m long needle to support the drawbridge which at noon is the best ...
... my colleagues on the bus took my camera and gave me some details on the places they visited today so i will provide as much information as i can and some may come from online sources which i will reference.
The hotel is located on the beach front in Latakia, which is a major sea port in the Mediterranean 186km from Aleppo. Latakia was one of 5 cities built by Saluqos Nikator in 2nd Century BC named after his ...
We drive going Up and down entel we arrive Masyaf City .. we vist Masyaf castle very huge and great .
then we leave the City and going up to al qadmous and driving around ...
... ago. Situated on a mountain top it is indeed spectacular and impenetrable to attack. Despite several attempts it was never breached with the remaining Crusaders simply clearing off of their own accord! The photos below do little justice to a fantastic day exploring.
Next stop Lebanon (country number 3). After a slick border crossing we spent a day in Tripoli (Lebanon’s second City) and then a few days chilling in Byblos. Byblos is fantastic, a real example of stylish ...