Address: City Centre, Palmyra, Syria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on City Centre, Palmyra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Palmyra

    Perfect Palmyra

    A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on Oct 04, 2015

    1 photo

    October 1275: Palmyra is where it’s at. After the depressing aesthetic of Balkh, it’s nice to be someplace that feels so rich. This city is important because all of the silk that we and plenty of other caravans have to sell to Rome must go through this city. Also, nomads built this place from scratch and were able to transform it into a full caravan city with the help of the wealthy merchants. Me and Yin ran into traffic for the first time and ...


    A travel blog entry by kimgatenby on Apr 10, 2011

    ... 305;gn to Bahgdad. I thought that was a bıt odd but the boys enjoyed posıng ın front of ıt wıth fake pıstols made from theır hands.
    We also stopped off at Crac Des Chevalıers whıch ıs an old fort. I must have been a bıt tıred because ı cant remember any fascınatıng fort facts to tell you. Sorry.

    Let the Syrian roadtrip begin!

    A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 05, 2011

    12 photos

    ... we could eat or drink whatever we wanted or just chill out.

    That night we saw our first ‘5* hotel’. Well, more like the cheapest budget option hotel that the ministry of Tourism could find, but still a bit better then the hostels I usually reside in. We also managed to get a couple of great meals in some small local restaurants. Syrian food is surprisingly tasty!


    Guilty pleasures

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 18, 2010

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... a tourist- in the worst sense of the word. Limp hand shakes, hollow greetings, ****** restaurants with menu's in 6 languages, and locals who really couldn't care less where you're going, where you've been, where you're from. Bored teens terrorize the streets on noisy motorcycles, and young boys play marbles in filthy alleys. Nobody cared that I spoke a little Arabic because their English was flawless, and their Japanese wasn't bad, and they knew enough German, and of course ...

    Car trouble and machine guns in desert paradise

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 09, 2010

    37 photos

    ... from budget to luxury 5 star joints.

    After a couple of hours of our early morning walkabout, we retreated to the van and dug out the electric heater while we had hot tea and breakfast. Later in the morning we biked over to the town to do a bit of shopping and a looksee. The town itself is a mixed bag of a place in a grid pattern of narrow streets. A few blocks are touristic, with the basic hotels, restaurants and photo and souvenir shops, but most of the city is ...