Cote d'Azur de Cham Resort - Lattakia
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... en hij noemde de stad naar zijn vrouw Apame.
Gezien de strategische positie werd Apamea al snel een belangrijke plaats met 30.000 paarden, 3000 stallen en 500 oorlogsolifanten. De Romeinen kregen de stad in 64 voor Christus in handen en kende zo een lange periode van bloei. Eigenlijk beleefde de stad z’n hoogtijdagen na de herbouwing van Apamea als gevolg van een aardbeving in 115, en huisvestte toen ongeveer een half miljoen (!) inwoners. Na ...
... not many historical remains are found in Latakia itself it is however a perfect base to see many of the Roman and Ottoman Period constructions also including its mountains, beaches and archaeological sites. Syria modernised the port over the last few decades and is a significant trade port with great economic importance.
The hotel Rotana is held by a middle eastern hotel management ...
... at the sunset we arrive Slenfah .. the highst City in Syria ...
we stay in some youth motel ..even it was Summer but it was realy cold night ..
and yah I watch Spain Vs Germany Match .. =)
... we live!
Lattakia does not feel like the rest of Syria. We were told that this city is one of the wealthiest and least conservative cities in the country. This is due to the many families with expatriate relatives working overseas. Here the headscarf is replaced by tight jeans and low cut shirts. There was also a mix of both boys and girls in the cafe which was a rare sight in other parts of Syria
... war Lebanon with lots of trendy bars and restaurants and Mediterranean beaches. Thus a planned two day trip became a four day chill out session. All this with an ancient Phoenician citadel and Crusader fort as a backdrop. An amazing town best described as like a well to do and spotlessly clean Greek island although far less commercialised. Lebanon in general could not be more different than Syria, far more liberal, westernised and alas expensive. In addition World Cup fever has arrived ...