Al Patra

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

    3 photos

    ... 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 ...

    One Kiwi and one Estonian arrive in Syria

    A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 12, 2011

    18 photos

    ... or New Zealand, and better still the Estonian visa is only $12………if we were Australians my visa would have cost us $100 each.

    On first impression, Damascus is a fantastic old city with laneways of covered souks to get lost in, people everywhere, and lots of new street food we just have to try. The city has remnants of many different eras all jumbled ...

    Lost in Translation

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 06, 2010

    1 comment

    ... been quite helpful, because the letter is foreign to English speakers, and therefore somewhat challenging to pronounce correctly. "This was the greatest disappointment of my life" my friend Abdulla remarked "I spent weeks mastering that sound prior to coming here-now they tell me that they don't even use it!"

    To make the situation even more complicated, the Arabic spoken in the streets is different than the Arabic used in writing and ...

    Love and travel have in common .....

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Oct 26, 2010

    4 comments, 62 photos


    George W named Syria “a rogue state” so there'll be no bumping into him down the souk. Tourists are mainly from France and Italy; those coming from the west. Others visit from Turkey and Iraq and Iran. We arrived 16 October at De'ra, now a border town, but during World War 1 the place where Lawrence of Arabia rejected seduction and fought rape by a Turkish Commandant. He was flogged instead and seemed to have found that pleasurably acceptable. With the aid ...

    Day 5 - Cradle of Civilisation

    A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Oct 01, 2010

    21 photos

    ... collection of religious icons from the 16th to the 18th century including one of the Virgin Mary and another of the martyrs Sergius and Bacchus. The nuns, some of whom speak English, show visitors around. EXCERPT FROM: a/maalula.

    It was a beautiful place and one that should be on anybodies list if they are traveling around Syria.