Safwan Hotel

Address: Near National Place, Lattakia, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near National Place, Lattakia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Lattakia

A Fantasy Realised

A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 16, 2010

4 comments, 10 photos

... al Basit. Picturesque fishing village or seaside resort it's not. It's the Syrian version of a kiss me quick downmarket Clacton, with the litter. There's only one hotel which I hold in reserve. There are plenty of rooms and apartments available. I try a few and decline. I ride north along the coast from Ras al Basit, one that leads to Badroussiyeh. It's quieter here. There are no hotels or even rooms to rent to be seen. The road comes to an end. On a promontory there's ...

Day 3 - Sick by the Seaside

A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 29, 2010

16 photos

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1188 the castle fell to Saladin, who took his forces on an expedition to the North to probe crusader defenses and block the re-liberation, Saladin's forces pounded the castle and claimed victory. One of the magnificent features is the 28m ditch made by the Byzantines running 156m along the eat side is 14-20m wide and has a 28m long needle to support the drawbridge which at noon is the best ...

Lattakia, Hama & Around

A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jun 08, 2010

22 photos

To Lattakia I took morning train. Second class was fully booked but even the first class was pretty cheap and the service very satisfactory. Just the views along the way weren’t as stunning as advertised. There isn’t much to write about this coastal city – a harbour, a souq (market) and that’s about it. By far the most memorable sight were really good-looking women in attractive clothes, decorating the ...

Iraqi Refugees, 80's Music & Lattakia

A travel blog entry by ezandtreggas on May 09, 2010

17 photos

... to head out to Salah ad-Din Castle. We arrived without a map and the memory stick in our camera. Not the best start but it turns out to be a great day. As you take the bend and the castle comes into view it is one of the most stunning views. We climbed around inside the castle over ruins and the lushest amount of vivid green foliage.

We return home in the afternoon for an afternoon of fun and splashing in the water. We hire a jet ...

Unexpected Lovepalooza in Latakia

A travel blog entry by gonzotue on Mar 21, 2010


... with douchebags and old guys, i accidentally locked eyes wıth a person i now consider closer to my heart than anything else, even more than cheese, and you know how much i love cheese.

That person had long dark hair, small blue eyes where you could go exploring for centuries, if only you could squeese your body in there that is, the body was shaped like an A if it was turned upside down and you removed the line between the two sides, ...