Noria Hotel

Address: Sh Quwatly Street, Hamah, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sh Quwatly Street, Hamah.
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        Travel Blogs from Hamah

        A close call

        A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 08, 2011

        8 photos

        On Tuesday the road-trip continued with a visit to the Church of Saint Simeon Stylites. This is the oldest surviving Byzantine church, dating back to 5th century and located in the dead city of Telanissos, close to the ancient city of Antioch. St Simeon joined a monastery in this area, but soon decided to seek the religious life alone as a hermit monk. After living in a cave for a little while, he relocated to the top of a pillar eventually reaching 15 meters high to ...

        Ruins, ruins and more ruins

        A travel blog entry by fnahallnz on Feb 16, 2011

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... which had a lot of graffiti on them. This was all part of the dead city Al-Bara. We then went to the dead city of Sejilla. It was huge and sprawled over a couple of hills. The first difference between the 2 dead cities was that this one had heaps more buildings intact. We had lots of fun walking around and up and down the hills. Some parts looked like you could live in them today, well with a bit a imagination. ...


        A travel blog entry by becjones83 on Dec 31, 2010

        17 photos

        ... This was another ancient city that is now in ruins. But very different from petra. This city was built in basically the desert with a massive column lined street At it's centre. On the top of a large hill nearby was the citadel which overlooked the city. The amphitheater was my favorite place as it was intact and just so impressive.

        The temple of Baal is also amazing even though it's in ruins. The columns still standing are huge! ...

        Spinnin' wheel

        A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 04, 2010

        14 photos

        ... sites in Syria, suffers from a total lack of signage and explanations and this I think contributed to my lack of enthusiasm or perhaps I'm just getting a bit blase about ruins. There are guides available for this and all sites throughout Syria but it's a bit pricey for the backpacker budget and from what i heard the quality of guides everywhere is hit and miss.


        Day 4 - Apamea, Hama

        A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong on Sep 27, 2010

        12 photos

        As we woke up in Palmyra and looked out of our hotel room balcony, the sandstorm has magically disappeared. We can actually see that we were staying in an oasis, amongst trees. We had one last look at the magnificent ruins - the extensive old temple area, remains of the high street with endless Roman columns, the tombs area where our hotel was near, and the more modern medieval castle with a view of the ancient site.