Le Meridien Lattakia
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Vandaag vertrokken vanuit Hama.
We willen eerst Apamea (Afamia) bezoeken en nadien het kasteel van Aladin (zie volgende entry).
Apamea (60km ten NW van Hama): te zeggen dat hier een paar jaar geleden alleen maar puin lag! Eén van de hoogtepunten voor wie houdt van oude steden! Het is een interessante site, erg mooi gelegen. Op de site rijden brommertjes af en aan: verkopers die proberen ...
The train from Aleppo was a slow train and took 4 hours and arrived at 8pm. I was feeling pretty bad when we arrived and barely made it up the stairs of the hotel. I was pleased to find English channels on the tv. Fraser went to go and get some dinner for him and some water and bread for me. While he was gone I was sick. ...
REF: - Smith, Mark S., 2001. Untold Stories ; The Bible and Ugaritic Studies in the Twentieth Century
Mashquita – Boat Tour
One of the most important recreational sites in Syria where forests and mountains surrounding the banks of 7 beautiful lakes in a spectacular view (Ministry of Tourism).
According to http://syrianhiking.blogspot.com/2005/0 ...
... and are of great significance to the biblical scholarship
Places of Interest
Royal Palace - 90 rooms laid out around enclosed courtyards
Temple of Baal - the king son of El
Temple of Dragon - the god of fertility and wheat
Royal Cave Tombs
Smith, Mark S., 2001. Untold Stories ; The Bible and Ugaritic Studies in the Twentieth ...
Latakia is a vibrant, liberal Mediterranean port. It is sexy and modern, and just a pleasant place to be. Coffe and Narghiles are also AMAZING here,
Also, near here is Saladin's Castle, an Arab stronghold from the Crusades. In an easy day trip leaving an evening to stroll around Latakia, we take a microbus to Al-Haffa (30 minutes, $0.21). From Al-Haffa to the castle and back will cost between $10-$12.
From here, we return to Aleppo for about ...