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I removed the Safwa Hotel from the hotels section because the hotel gives master keys to all of its guests, which means that any guest (or employee) can access any hotel room at any time. This even applies when the deadbolt is turn (the lock flashes red, but you can still open the door).
 September 2012
I have just returned from a weeks visit to Tripoli, staying at the Radisson. Tripoli was very quiet during my visit. I can imagine it would have been difficult last year, but now it appears to be a normal functioning city. We had no problems moving around by car or walking. We walked quite bit in the area near the port, where the hotel is. All of the Libyan people we met and worked with were very kind and helpful. It is one of the few Arab countries where traffic will actually stop for pedestrians, rather than running you down! Davidbstanley 07:10, 1 October 2012 (EDT)