Crater Palace Hotel

Address: Arwa Street, Aden, Yemen | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Arwa Street, Aden, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Aden

Anne-credible

A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Jun 08, 2015

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Log 6: Aden, Ancient Yemen
June 1422

The days seemed to be flying by faster, now that there was only three months remaining of our trip. For the month of May, we came to find ourselves in Aden, Ancient Arabia. It was similar to Malacca in being a city important to the Indian Ocean trade network, Gab and I found ourselves easily amazed and entertained. “It’s almost as impressive as ...

Aden

A travel blog entry by justbeyoself on Jan 05, 2015

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... we were in a port city, boats were plentiful, as was commerce. With the large sum we collected from the bandits, Parker suggested we buy a mid-sized dhow. Luckily, in 2014, a close friend of mine taught me sailing, and I volunteered to captain the vessel. As nightfall arrived, we loaded the boat with supplies from the plane crash and turned in for the night.
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An Unexpected Journey

A travel blog entry by northwindguard on Dec 03, 1970

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... suddenly stopped. There was no rain or storms, just eerie calm. That's when I realized we were starting to fall. The jet had absolutely nothing powered on, and as I looked toward Parker , I could see a spectrum of colorful lights outside the window, and two words popped into my mind: "Bermuda Triangle." As that dawned on me, the lights outside the jet were replaced with sand. A lot of sand. And then the jet finally crashed. I was knocked ...

Castles, Missionaries, and Architecture

A travel blog entry by mainbaedeanna on Sep 17, 1970

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... was extremely interested in how I traveled and why. She asked me a bunch of questions while eating breakfast, and then decided we should look around the city for a while.
The architecture in Yemen is beautiful and they way the people construct their buildings are crazy. I swear, these people are hardcore because they don’t wear any helmets, disregarded scaffolding, and had daggers dangling from their sides. People used moist masonry called ...

Everything You Can Think of

A travel blog entry by paulambrose on Jul 02, 1970

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... religions that were tolerated here in Aden. The close-knit community was apparent after hearing a story of a master giving freedom to his slave when he outbid the slave of another merchant in an auction. The kindness, tolerance of religion and culture, and the overall positive atmosphere made he love staying here for these few weeks in my finely built multi-story ...

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