Al Patra

Address: Bahsa Al Itihad Street, Damascus, -, Syria | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Bahsa Al Itihad Street, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Happy endings AREN'T real!

    A travel blog entry by thiswim on May 26, 2014

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    ... seemed like an eternity, Jarah died. Unaware of his own strength Roni had cracked his skull and killed him. We sat in silence looking at the body until an Imam rushed out of the mosque wondering about the riot. He saw the body and his face went slack, then he saw me and the blood down my leg. He seemed to understand and in silence helped us carry the body to the mosque’s graveyard to bury him. Five months after Jarah’s ...

    Surviving Syria

    A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 01, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... country. For a Japanese passport holder it was $13, for a European Union passport holder about $35 and for an Australian - a whopping $108 because apparently, that's how much an Australian visa costs.

    Oh well, who am I to argue. Although I don't know of any Australians who get a Syrian visa with the intention of settling in the country and I can only imagine that all of them, like me, will end up parting with much more than $108 while in Syria, as opposed to ...

    Mosque and Churches

    A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 13, 2010

    18 photos

    ... The outer wall of the mosque is still original to the temple and basilica. Over the south door, now blocked, is a Greek inscription. It states "Thy Kingdom, O Christ, is an everlasting Kingdom, and Thy Dominion endureth throughout all generations." (according to my guidebook).

    I then went to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch's church, and the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch.

    I then ...

    First Impressions

    A travel blog entry by salamdimashq on Aug 27, 2010

    3 comments

    ... and take me to meet my host family. My first impression about Syria was how Syrian drivers were civilized in contrast to Egypt. Now don’t get me wrong…. Similar to Egypt nobody follows the traffic light, and pedestrians right of way? Phush never heard of that thing. What is very different is that you don’t feel like you are reluctant participant in a bumper cars game, and that the winner is the one who squeezes himself into the tiniest ...

    Coming home to a place we couldn't find

    A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 02, 2010

    2 photos

    My dad dropped us off at the mouth of the Souk. He made sure we knew the landmarks and where to catch the bus. "Any red and white bus" he said. So we wandered around, haggled on a rug (don't know if we'll buy it yet) and drank tea, coffe and smoked nargillah as we watched the silly tourists and the sun go down behind the mosque on a terraced restaurant. As we left, we walked around and ...