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, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Aden

Anne-credible

A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Jun 08, 2015

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... off alarms, but as Gab and I commenced our own greetings, she leaned forward and deeply inhaled. I could almost feel my portion of the atmosphere wiggling past her nose hairs.
“You ladies….do not smell like opium.”
Gab and I shrank under her glare, and though shorter than us, I was very afraid of this woman. Her bronze eyes looked us over again, and she smirked. Why? I have no idea, at this point I was ready to ...

An Unexpected Journey

A travel blog entry by northwindguard on Dec 03, 1970

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... when I woke up, I was inside the jet still, with not even a scratch on me. Parker was in the same condition as I was, and the jet was not as broken as I thought. It had landed upright and slid across the sand until it stopped. Night had fallen by now, so Parker and I agreed to stay by the jet tonight and find out where in the world we were the next day. We built a fire and were settling in for the night when a group of at least twelve bandits ...

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 ...

On the Tip of Aden

A travel blog entry by valeriaruiz on Jun 13, 1970

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... was rice. The rice had a distinct taste it must have been the spices that they added, and I hope I’ll be eating this my whole time here. We met people that spoke the same language as us, so it has been easier to get around the city with help. We haven't had a chance to explore much of the city due to the heavy ...

Trading in Aden

A travel blog entry by huyh27 on Apr 24, 1970

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... I also spotted a group of traders with their camels carrying agricultural products and other goods from Aden's inland. Serving as an emporium, the bustling scenes and the ongoing trades were just another day for these merchants. As I approached the caravan coming from the inland, I noticed how exquisite was Aden's goods. Even though I heard people back home kept saying that Chinese craftsmanship was the finest in the world, Aden's craftsmanship, presenting Muslim ...

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