Safwan Hotel

Near National Place, Lattakia, Syria | Hotel
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Location

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

... manouevres with cars joining the motorway. I negotiate my way through Latakya successfully.

Six years ago riding north from Latakya along the coast and before I turned inland I saw what looked to be a fantastic rugged coastline further north. Over the years I've fantasised about what it might be like. I head for Kasab and Ras al Basit. The detour off the main road to Turkey leads me through citrus and olive groves and pine woods. Things are looking up. I arrive ...

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

... is probably our favourite character we have have met in the Middle East. Fidhal was an Iragi refugee with a massive fondness of 80's music. It was quite surreal listening to old school Michael Jackson and Madonna whilst drinking tea and looking out across the sea in Syria. We had a great laugh and ended up staying for dinner (we had still not managed to buy dinner after 3 nights in Syria).

The next day we headed in to the centre ...

Unexpected Lovepalooza in Latakia

A travel blog entry by gonzotue on Mar 21, 2010

2 comments

... the sun went down and the moon became brighter as it would any other day, but this day possesed a quality of romantic proportions in a way that i have never experienced before.

It was due to this incident that i dıscovered a whole new breed of human creatures, in which i consider myself as one of the lead characters, we will be known as:

The Dirty Romantics

Because as we were dancing to the latest (bulls)hits at some posh ...

Qala'at Salah ad Din (Saladin)

A travel blog entry by soulcollector on Oct 31, 2009

4 photos

... four-lanes of the expressway and found a minibus driver waiting on the other side willing to take me up to the Qala’at Hossein for 300 SP. Again, I was too ill and tired to bargain with him. The driver took me up the steep hill and dropped me off at this restaurant, leaving me to ask for further directions and yet more walking to Hotel Beibar. I crashed into my bed and suffered a night tormented by chills, fever, diarrhea and body aches. ...