Villa Palmyra

Address: City Centre, Palmyra, 7570, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on City Centre, Palmyra, is near Muslim Castle (Qala'at ibn Maan), Temple of Bel, The Tetrapylon, and The Monumental Arch.
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        Perfect Palmyra

        A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... it, he seemed hesitant but ultimately signed on. We sold all of our commodities with the exception of China’s wholesome silk. We wanted to have something valuable to sell while in Rome and didn’t want to blow our one and only trump card. A man who was used to traveling to Rome and back, was willing to be our guardian. So with everything set, me, Yin and the man who I will not name because I already forgot what his name was, set off to Constantinople.

        Guilty pleasures

        A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 18, 2010

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... Krak de Chevalier: 50SP. Bus trip from Krak de Chevalier back to Homs: 700SP- oh they sure are clever with the tourists here. Thankfully I managed to hitch a ride with another couple travelers back to Homs, then took the bus on to Palmyra.

        Palmyra; once an important trading town linking China and Rome. Now a dusty tourist town housing the very impressive ruins of what was once a very important trading town linking China and Rome. For the first time I truly ...

        Car trouble and machine guns in desert paradise

        A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 09, 2010

        37 photos

        ... and a Toyota Land Cruiser, and ultimate destination, Capetown, South Africa, which also appears to be the destination of choice for European adventurers, so the also had dinner.

        The meal turned out to be quite marvelous… as we went to eat, the campground guys invited us in to the “Bedouin tent” that they have. It is a canvas kind of “longhouse”, about 5 metres wide and maybe 10 metres long, fully carpeted in colourful rugs, with tassles and ...

        18th – 19th October

        A travel blog entry by orioncassiopiea on Oct 18, 2010

        10 photos

        ... fortress, but Patrick and I opted not to clamber into the castle itself, for which I was greatly relieved when I watched the others getting into it! Instead we walked all the way around it admiring both the changing views of the fortress as well as those of the remarkable landscape.

        Upon arrival in Palmyra, we were first taken to the 'castle' which was disappointing, not least given that we had seen the Crac, and ...

        Flat, isn't it?

        A travel blog entry by petcul on Oct 09, 2010

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... couple of kilometres out of town on the back of a put-put. There are two of us on the back. We arrive at the family home where we watch a meal being cooked in a pit. Four French who speak excellent English, three Dutch, naturally, one Australian, barely and an Irishman, just about enjoy a great meal. Even though it is chicken again it is delicious. Not quite Gambian standard but near. And the rice, also baked in the pit is ...