Al Mah Hata

Address: Khaled Ibn Al Waleed, St., Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Khaled Ibn Al Waleed, St., Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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Travel Blogs from Damascus

My First Discovery

A travel blog entry by trinidadrh on Mar 25, 2011

2 comments, 3 photos

... 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 ...

Welcome to Damascus

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 05, 2010

... mouths, young children shrieked with delight as they greedily licked giant cones of hand churned ice cream dipped in crushed pistachios, grandmothers walked away from pomegranate juice stalls with crimson mustaches. My stomach began to eat itself. But I was stuck with them, Margot and Zuzu, committed to joining them for lunch, to abandon them now was not an option. I took solace in the thought that they wouldn't walk all this way if the place ...

In Damascus

A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 12, 2010

9 photos

Took a bus to Damascus, and found a hotel with a dorm room available, as there were no singles. You would think I'm in Bethlehem with the number of places that claimed no availability.

Walked around a bit of the Old City, mainly the Christian Quarter. Most of the churches were closed so I'll have to return. A number of the Patriarchs of Antioch are here- there is ...

Damascus - A weekend break in the Axis of Evil

A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Sep 09, 2010

17 photos

... shape and the whole place seemed to be fairly grotty. Five minutes later we were dropped off outside our hotel.

Wasting no time in hitting the streets, we headed towards the Old Town, the home of souqs, mosques and abundant ancient sites. Along the way we passed the magnificent train station, complete with an old stream train at its entrance, and suddenly things began to look much better in Damascus. The smell of cooking filled the air as people breaking the fast of Ramadan ...

Damn that Bloody Sun... and the Israelis

A travel blog entry by bernie-s on Aug 04, 2010


... city has been severely stunted by the heat. And this isn't just any heat, this is a heat wave, this is Saudi heat, not Syrian. Temperatures of 45, 46... 47 have become normal. The other day it (apparently) peaked at 52 (in the sun), at which point I think I became delusional. Getting into a car during this heat has to be one of the most testing activities. Inside the car the temperature is immense. It's suffocatingly hot. It's dangerous driving, as the black steering wheel becomes too ...