Al-Madinah / City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in Syria. Though many of my Syrian friends informed me that there was little cause for concern, there was no certainty about what I’d find when I arrived in the Syrian capital Damascus.
When I disembarked the plane, I zoomed speedily through Passport Control and found the bus that would take me from the airport to the city center. The packed bus shuttled me to a bus stop in the city center, where ...
... coming together. The studying I did in Canada prior to my departure has payed off; however I still walk out of every class, brain spinning, voice box aching.
After class I go home, study, and catch up with my room-mates. Other than my studies I pass my days wandering the city, eating, drinking tea, and playing chess with my room-mates in the courtyard. "Bone idleness?" -it's such an easy existence even the cat is ...
... Orthodox Patriarch, Syrian Catholic Archbishop, Melkite Catholic Patriarch, Armenian Archbishop, and a Maronite Archbishop. The Syriac Patriarch is in a town outside Damascus. They all claim to be the true successor of Peter, but the Syriac has the most adherents.
Got into the Church of St Paul, located where Paul was lowered in a basket out of the town walls ...
... handle. Putting on the seat belt is risky, as newcomers will learn when they accidentally touch the metal. As you drive, you open the windows to cool you down, because the aircon takes too long to be effective, and the heat is just too hot to wait. But the air racing into the car from outside isn't refreshing. It's rare to feel a breeze that makes you hotter than before, but here it is. It's like someone is blowing a hairdryer in your face, and even this feeling is preferable to ...
Today we traveled from Palmyra to Damascus. What a busy place. The camp site we were in was packed. The area was a little suburb filled with little kids as per the photos they thought we were the attraction for the day. One of the girls played soccor with them. The little girl in the ...