Shahin Tower Hotel

Address: P.O.Box 228, Tartus, Syria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on P.O.Box 228, Tartus.
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      Travel Blogs from Tartus

      The swing of things

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 14, 2010

      ... my trip companions, slung on my pack and strolled down to the city center. I found yet another cheap hotel, dropped my bags and walked down to the sea.

      A wide neglected boulevard runs along the waterfront. The boulevard is seperated from the agitated sea by a fringe of palm trees, a broken chainlink fence, and a thick concrete breakwater. Nobody else is out strolling this evening, though I can't really determine why. In the wake of the storm a ...

      Development and Death in the Hills

      A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 15, 2010

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... I plan to ride do have many of the characteristics of a good boreen; potholes, gravel, excellent. There are only two slight drawbacks. Firstly Syria in general and this part of Syria in particular has a serious litter problem. Ever since reaching Homs roads leading into towns are line with fly tipping and rubbish dumping. Rural areas are no different. Occasionally there is a hoarding encouraging people to put rubbish in bins but mostly people throw ...

      The Kindness of Strangers

      A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 14, 2010

      2 photos

      ... clogging the air. I'm heading for the coast on a back road and so long as the sun is on my left I'm happy. My map of Syria is on a scale so small I didn't think it existed. There are no signs in Roman script. I vere from SW to W to N to W. But that's fine. A line of low hills blocks my way. I ride parallel for miles but cannot see a way over them. I turn back and ride north. I spot a side road that leads up into the hills. It's worth a try. After days of straight ...

      Two Castles and a Bus

      A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 08, 2010

      17 photos

      ... someone wants to get out, or hop on). He talked another bus to taking me up the hill to the castle which was nice too. I'm finding out that having a "lost tourist" look and asking for help is a great way to be shown around, as people love to help here in Syria.

      The castle was made of volcanic rock, giving it a black color unlike other castles in the area. Marqab was the HQ of the Hospitallers, who also ran Krak, and was ...

      The Big One

      A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 07, 2010

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... its state of preservation.

      I spent about 2.5-3 hours at the site, and you could easily spend more walking around, taking your time etc and going into all the crevices (I think I hit most). You can walk inside almost all the walls, both the inner walls and the outer walls. The views from the top are also amazing, and the chapel and HQ tower were both well-preserved. There were more tourists here than ...