Where is this? - #3


Here's the third picture in the 'Where is this?' series. This one is much more difficult than the others. If you think you know where it is (or you want to guess) click on comments.

The pictures for the game 'Where is this?' have all been taken from someplace in Libya and are in an area open to the public. The prize for the winner will be the satisfaction of knowing that you had the right answer! - I'll let you know who the winner is.

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I think alameen is the winner of round three of the Where is this? game. Congratulations!

The picture was taken by a friend of mine in the basement of a coffee shop (not sure of the name) that is in Zawyat Addahmani across from the Istanbul shawarma place (down the street from Hanna Wedding Salla) in an area called Zaglam.

Stay tuned for the next phase of Where is this? I've got another picture in my mind, but not yet in my camera. You'll have to wait and see what I come up with next.
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Comments

  1. That´s a cheater!

    I have never been into men´s pool saloons, and certainly not in Libya!

    How would we women know where this is?

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  2. Ahhh! I said it wouldn't be easy! - By the way, the person standing in the picture is a female and the person taking the picture is a female - both are Libyan too.

    Get with it girl! It's 2006!

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  3. hey teri is this pic in a prior post????? i have been looking and shelby said that she would look too hugs holly

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  4. Hm...and I thought the "guy" had his money stuffed under the shirt!

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  5. Alshati hotel, Hay Al Andulus in the basement!
    am i right?

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  6. http://www.almanara.org/News/2006/0706/310706/1.htm

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  7. No Holly - it's not in a previous post.

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  8. Keep trying. No one's got the answer yet.

    Anonymous - go get your own blog please and stop posting as anonymous so that we can all go and heckle you.

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  9. ignore that fool he just wants to make trouble.... some people just dont understand or want the barest min. of peace hugs holly

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  10. great i cant read what he wants me to read.... maybe that is for the best

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  11. Nice game, but I've not been playing pool nore bowling here yet so I couldn't guess.
    How is Adam?

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  12. well if it's not Al-Shatie hotel , it might be the The pool saloon of Ben Ahor infront of Elrokn Elsharki . or the One In Noeflean???
    maybe Janzoor or Regaata( Zahmool).
    or AlTamena in Hay Alandulos ? lool i've said most of the biliard saloons where Girls are possiby allowed to go.

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  13. Keep guessing - no one's got the right answer.

    Ali - Adam's doing fine. He came home yesterday and has total control over the remote control (when his father is not home). He's also going to cost us a fortune in groceries. He can only eat soft food such as ice-cream, custard, yogurt etc. When he get's ice cream all the others have to have ice cream too! So far I've spent nearly 15 dinars on ice cream alone and he's not even been home for 24 hours. He's supposed to get his stitches out in a week.

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  14. Alhajj pool saloon in ben Ashoor? This is an educated guess ;-)

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  15. I think it is in Zawyat Addahmani snooker,internet club. I forgot d name. By the way u got me addicted 2 ur blog.

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  16. things have changed in libya, never thought i'd see a pool table there(not that i know how to play) but i enjoy watching...i'm having problems with my blog, and hope to post soon...thanks for your blog, its so much fun to read and i love the pictures (a lot has changed)

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  17. i told u if u go back to my comment ( maybe the one in Noflean) which is the same as Zawiat el-dahmani , that Area also called Noeflean...
    i shouldv'e been the winner lol

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  18. aladin you made about 5 different guesses in one comment and none of them were specific enough.... alameen is still the winner :)

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