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 Battling Stopover Before Leaving Syria

A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 28, 2011

... bulding from one of the many demonstrations ensuing around the country.

I watched for hours, the firing of machine guns, rushing of crowds, arrests, regrouping and resting of the forces, the operation of command, and the various degrees of military discipline.

It was somewhat surreal and almost like watching a movie. I heard no reports of injuries. I suspect ...

A close call

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

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... seclusion. He soon attracted even greater crowds who came from far and near to hear him preach twice a day. After 37 years atop his pillar, St. Simeon died in 459. This, now world Heritage site, still attracts quite a few people and therefore also features in our tourism movie. Ali, one of the Syrians that also had a big role in the movie was playing St. Simeon and he had to stand on top of the pillar. Rami explained to us how he will build up the church in 3D ...

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.




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City Break 1

A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 12, 2010

1 comment, 9 photos

It has, unjustifiably in my view, been said that I will go to any lengths to escape any form of birthday celebration. A women's refuge in Perigueux, West Africa, Morocco, Central Asia, anywhere in fact. It's completely untrue! It just so happens that the best time for travelling is in the autumn. So there. And I'm sticking to it. Having said that, my blabbermouth of a wife, my alleged friends Jochen, Mort and Mandy ...

More of the Flat Stuff

A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 11, 2010

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... flat, road takes me to the outskirts of Homs where there is a diversion. I'm pulled over by the motorcycle cop redirecting the traffic in a laid back sort of way. He abandons his duties to have a chat. He gives me perfect directions, in sign language, to the road to Hama. After days of roads with little traffic I spill out on to the main north/south artery and ride the 40 kilometres to Hama with my wits about ...