Al Rasheed Hotel

Address: International Zone, Baghdad, Iraq | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Baghdad


        A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 03, 2014

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        ... established an academy, Bayt al-Hikma Academy, which had translated (into Arabic) works of science and philosophy from Greek, Aramaic, and Persian. He even offered me to stay for dinner which was to kind. We ate, Quzi (is a whole grilled lamb stuffed with rice, almonds, raisins and spices) Kabob, Giguk (yogurt dish), pilow, and finally for dessert (my favorite) Baklava.

        The Second Leg of My Journey

        A travel blog entry by sidwell on May 23, 2013

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        ... in the wall, but once i walked in i was mesmerized by the statues and the paintings in the room. I stayed and listened to and watched him pray for half of the night. Finally i decided it was time to go, but i would have to make an excuse to the Prince as to why i was much later than expected. Once i reached the palace i was amazed at how fancy everything was. The chair, the stairs and even the tables. I could not ...

        Rebuilding Baghdad

        A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2013

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... tells us so. Thus, besides having no access to the giddy Baghdad nightlife (!), there is no access to a baker, butcher, hospital or a fair dinkum doctor. There is a paramedic in the camp who can administer injections and bandage a limb but any more serious affliction requires a flight to Dubai. My counterpart manager in the ATC Ops room, a Lebanese-Canadian, resolves his boredom out of hours by running around the Green Zone –an extreme option in this ...


        A travel blog entry by jennagatto1 on Jul 04, 1970

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        After a long journey on camel we reach the Baghdad, the capital of the
        Islamic world. I can hear the Tigris River rushing through the city, and I
        smell the gardens that surround the river. I had the time to not only trade but
        to visit a madrasa and speak to one of the scholars who was working on
        translating an old Greek story into Arabic. He said that the story alone would
        take months to translate into Arabic, but then hopefully it could be printed

        The Scholarly City, Baghdad

        A travel blog entry by nalia_ong on Jun 05, 1970

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        ... to think that, right now, I am in a place that has not only been home to some of the greatest minds, but that it is also going to continue to be a place for great minds. I ended up staying here for 3 days just for the library. Also, Baghdad is known for their glass work. It was one of their most important exports. I watched as an artisan blew the glass and it looked exactly like a bubble you blow on a sunny day. ...

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