When I arrived in the afternoon, the hotel was locked. It appeared that no one was there. After banging on the door, a concierge appeared. He had a little English. Seeing I was disabled, he put me in a room with a shower facing the restaurant. It was a very nice room even though no AC or fan. About 6am 10 blasts went off outside. I didn't know if they were dynamiting more tunnels or being bombed. It seems we arrived when all the children in the village got confirmed in their religion, so it was a big celebration. And the celebration started outside my window about 10am and went on until after midnight. I can sleep through most noise even the accordion that went on for 4 hours, but smoke from cigarettes came into my open window, so I had to shut it. That night one old man kept talking loudly, and I finally told him to go home. I think he left at 1am. Breakfast is in a beautiful blue and yellow room and quite good. I don't know if it was included in the price or not but I wasn't supposed to be in there until 9am and was told that again by the concierge when I did show up earlier for a cup of tea. The town is lovely; the hotel is pretty and has cafe. It could be a real gem, but instead it was raw clay.