Al Majed Hotel

29th May Street, Damascus, 30301, Syria | 2 star hotel

Travel Blogs from Damascus

Damascus - End of the road

A travel blog entry by desequerah


2 Nov
I met Ahmed at the bus station, who was working at Ishtar Hotel when I checked in. Apparently he was originally from Damascus and seems to be going back home for good as he didnt like working in Palmyra. I cant really blame him as there's nothing really much to do there other than the touristy stuff. If …

Captain Aghyad

A travel blog entry by david_chung

Lucky Strikes came into existence when a boat carrying tobacco and French wine was caught in a storm. The sea water seeping in caused the leaves to rot, which in turn got mixed with wine spilled from some broken bottles. The nameless product sold so well it was branded as Lucky Strike, and an even more appealing way of slowly killing yourself was …

Happy endings AREN'T real!

A travel blog entry by thiswim


... remorse filled Jarah's face but I didn’t see a man anymore, I saw a monster. Losing all sense of humanity I clawed and scratched, bit and punched, kicked and screamed. Roni, finally able to come to my aid, started beating Jarah. I watched in horror as the blood trickled down Jarah’s face and he slowly lost consciousness but I didn’t feel sorry. My hatred for that man was deeper than any ocean ever known to man and ...

One Kiwi and one Estonian arrive in Syria

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld


Today is a good day to be Estonian and Alex is equally happy to be a Kiwi. Syrian visas are not always the easiest to acquire, you need to apply at the embassy in your home country which is a bit of a problem when you haven't been home for a while. If there’s no embassy in your home country then you can get a visa at the border……..lucky for us there’s no Syrian embassy ...

Syria Adventure Travel Company

A travel blog entry by syriaadventure


... shore, taking their coloured glass, their cloth of gold, their carved wood, and their alphabet to the far-flung regions of the known world.
The villages of Syria, whether they nestle in mountain valleys, or cluster along the coast, or border a great desert, are unique in their traditions and in the native costumes of their inhabitants. Maaloula, a village not far from Damascus where the houses are carved out of the mountain stone, still speaks Aramaic, the language of Jesus ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 29th May Street, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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