Coral Martini Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Coral Martini Hotel Aleppo
Travel Blogs from Aleppo
... friends and ended up just chatting over beers on the roof top of their hotel (leave it up to the poles to find alcohol in a very Arabic city!). We were finished with Syria by then and decided to head into Turkey for a bit of relaxation on the beach before meeting up with Paulina from Calgary and Tamie from LA that we met last year in Hong Kong.. But that’s the next ...
... Chris and even better driving and horn leaning from me, we found ourselves amid the ruins of the Dead Cities. However they were almost impossible to see as the ruins had been cultivated with olive groves and extensively farmed. ...
... and a more senior person seated behind it.
40 minutes of questions then ensued. Again, all very politely and respectfully. Questions about my background, my work, my family roots, my education, my travel plans, etc etc. Every answer was digested, some cross referenced with answers to earlier questions, my body language and every movement intensely scrutinised and piercing eye contact with the boss.
Eventually he was satisfied. ...
From Deir ez Zur I went on to Aleppo. I've been looking forward to Aleppo since I arrived in Damascus. Which is to say that I've been looking forward to the Aleppan cuisine. The Damascenes have no shortage of jokes about the people of Aleppo- taking any opportunity to mock their accent and overall level of intelligence, yet when the topic turns to food the Damascenes will look you straight in the eye and say "the best food in Syria is in Aleppo."
... done and he disappears to the depths again for another 45 minutes. This time he returns with our passports stamped and ready to go. OK… now where do we go…over there to Customs, which appeared to be back to my original line-up which had moved a few feet in the 90 minutes we had done our visa business.
So, back into line-up #1. It was kind of fun to watch this process, because big tough looking Turkish guys were squabbling around their position in line. An older guy with ...