Palestine International Hotel

Address: St 47, Mahallat 102 , Baghdad, Iraq | Hotel
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This hotel is located on St 47, Mahallat 102 , Baghdad.
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    Travel Blogs from Baghdad

    Strange Powers

    A travel blog entry by bananas1234 on Mar 22, 2015

    Sorry for the abrupt ending on the last entry. The CIA busted in so I had to close the laptop and bolt. But we're here and this is the weird part. Well 2 anyway, but one's not that weird. The first one is that everyone's looking at us funny, like we just sliced a hole in their pants or something. It kinda sorta makes sense ...

    The Second Leg of My Journey

    A travel blog entry by sidwell on May 23, 2013

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    After my 4 day stay in Damascus i traveled to the prosperous city of Baghdad. It was a journey of approximately 850 kilometers and took almost 3 weeks. I tagged along with one of the camel caravans that frequently travel the area to transport and trade goods along the Silk Road. We traveled through the Syrian desert. Our caravan began as a group of around 150 camels carrying one person each with 50 extra camels to carry ...

    Rebuilding Baghdad

    A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    While Ivy wound up her working contract in Dubai, I pondered where we would spend the enforced waiting time. Visas to enter Australia come neither easily nor quickly. I pondered in Chiang Mai for a while - and found it quite lovely in many respects and ridiculously cheap - and I pondered in Adelaide - where I delighted in proximity to family and old friends. Then Serco asked me whether I would supply some documents and give some training to air traffic ...

    Leaving Iraq

    A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Sep 16, 2012

    5 comments, 22 photos

    ... that $4.5 billion on T. Boone Picken’s energy plan to build wind and replace diesel with our natural gas reserves, we could have built energy production that would have eliminated our oil imports twice over. That’s right, we would have eliminated our need for foreign oil, and had energy to export. That would have contributed significantly to peace in the world. But instead, we invaded Iraq, wrecked the world ...

    Tower of Babel II

    A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Sep 03, 2012

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... in about 1300. He begrudgingly moved to Ravenna, where he continued his writing, becoming Italy’s greatest poet, largely based on his Commedia, later named Divina Commedia by another Italian great Boccaccio.

    The "Comedy" is the story of life as it was known in the Middle Ages. Monty Python in the Middle Ages. Dante goes for a walk in the woods, becomes disoriented, runs into Virgil, his hero, the Roman poet, ...

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