Ishtar Hotel

Jamal Abd Naseer Street , Palmyra, Syria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palmyra

Date pancakes vs. bananas

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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When we left Crac des Chevaliers it dawned on me that the 3 day Syrian holiday was over. This is very good news for two reasons:

A) More shops and eateries will be open.
2) No more little ******* pikey kids running around shooting everyone in sight with BB guns. Give your head a shake pikey kids.

Driving into the desert was …

18th – 19th October

A travel blog entry by orioncassiopiea


We had an early morning departure from Hama for Palmyra and Nicola and Mark, the lovely Aussie couple and two Dutchmen were on our minibus arranged by the hotel. A jolly group we were too, with good humour and interesting travel tales to swap!

We drove into the Syrian desert and mad our way first to Salamiya, another Crusader castle, again …

Palmyra (Laura = one Syrian camel)

A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas


Today Mark was faced with a difficult choice: continue life as usual with his wife by his side, or trade her in… for a camel. It was early evening on the quiet streets of Palmyra when it happened. We were on our way to explore the roman ruins at night, lit by a few floodlights but otherwise dark and deserted. As we headed along the main …

Palmyra : The desert is free

A travel blog entry by desequerah


30 Oct
Before checking out I went to Azem Palace in Hama and I was there the moment it opened. It was the same as the Musuem of Popular Arts in Aleppo (with the mannequins in traditional clothes doing traditional stuff), except it cost less and the place was bigger. It had a nice courtyard though with a little fountain in the middle and also …

Hama Time

A travel blog entry by welovemondays


Apologies for the naff title, anyone under 25 might have to ask Mum and Dad why anyone would sing along......

From Aleppo we went to the seaside city of Lattakia, where to be honest we just enjoyed the people watching for a couple of days. This was quite a culture shock compared to Aleppo as it is far less conservative and full of bars and …

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This hotel, located on Jamal Abd Naseer Street , Palmyra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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