Mansouriya Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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We stayed in Hama… known for its massive waterwheels that are so old they creak so loud as the water turns them. We took a day trip toCrac des Chevaliers close to the Lebanese border. It's a crusader fortress built in 1031. It was once described by an artist as a castle from your dreams… one that you built as a kid from sand while vacationing on the ...
... pretty engaging city. The people are similar to Iranians although not so openly friendly, the petrol is cheap and we are back to living within our budget.
Dead Cities 3rd Nov 2007
DEAD CITIES AND OCCASIONALLY ...
... I think about Syria. All done very politely. I answered all questions and outlined that I had only recently arrived in Syria (didn't take me long to get mixed up in stuff!! Typical!) and that my view of events were formed mainly by BBC and CNN news coverage. I added that this is one representation and that I go by what I see and not what others tell me. He commented "so you are a free man with a free mind". I advised that I was at which point ...
... drawing crowds of devotees and people seeking his guidance. After his death, his followers built the church around his pillar, which today is only 2 meters high due to relic gathering by pilgrims. The church is in the shape of a cross, as can still be seen today from above. However, the east doorway is slightly offset, either so as to be "true east" or to represent Jesus' head slumping to one side on the cross.
... up of about 30 minutes of chaotic jostling. When I finally got to the booth, they realized we were going to be a special case, and they sent us to a nice fellow… supervisor I guess… who could speak some English. He took on our case and disappeared into the depths with our passports while we thumb-twiddled. After about 45 minutes he reappeared to send me over to the bank building across the road where I had to pay $112 US for the visas, get a receipt, and then return to him. ...