Orient Hotel

Address: Palmyra, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Palmyra, is near Temple of Bel, Muslim Castle (Qala'at ibn Maan), Valley of the Tombs, and The Tetrapylon.
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    Travel Blogs from Palmyra

    Car trouble and machine guns in desert paradise

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 09, 2010

    37 photos

    ... hanging on the walls. Shoes were left at the door. The guys (there are three main guys who run the campground with assorted hangers-on) were already sitting around a nice warm woodstove, so we joined them for tea for a few minutes. Then we moved over to our low table, no chairs, just floor and cushions, which was already laid full with probably ten plates of Mezze (appies) such as Baba Ganoush, eggplant, humus, yoghurt, zucchini, red pepper mush, tomato cucumber salad, just for the two ...

    Flat, isn't it?

    A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 09, 2010

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... did I miss one? 1, 2, 3... I change the game. I see a bus I think about 3 miles away coming towards me. By how much will my guess be out? I watch the odometer. Oh, there's another flock of sheep. Damn, I miss the bus passing me. This is fun!

    Fortunately low hills start to appear to break up the landscape and before I know it I'm in Palmyra. It's grown since I was last here. There's a lot of new development on ...

    Day 4 - Golden History of Passion

    A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 30, 2010

    28 photos

    ... style ruins you get a deep sense of Syrian history, culture the many eras that once occupied this great city.

    Queen Zenobia's ambitious dream is still embodied in the remains of what she built. Palmyra ruins, which covers 6 sqkm could take at least a day to fully appreciate the oasis landscape and architecture that once stood so grand such as Baal-Shamin Temple, Bel Temple, ...


    A travel blog entry by uclan-tourism on Sep 30, 2010

    77 photos

    ... throughout the silk road route was an ideal halt for the caravans between Iraq and Al-Sham trading in the silk from China. The Strategic Position made Palmyra a well established kingdom in 2nd Century BC.

    After Roman rule the city was declared free in return the people graciously called their new-found free city Adrain-Palmyra due to the Emperor Adrian who visited and declared it free. However, when conflict rose between Persia and Rome its ...