Beit Rumman Hotel

Address: 72 Qishleh St, John the Baptist intersection, Damascus, 31115, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 72 Qishleh St, John the Baptist intersection, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Apamea, and Hejaz Railway.
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    Damascus, Syria

    A travel blog entry by kimgatenby on Apr 09, 2011

    Whıle I and 4 of the other members of my tour were havıng a ball ın Lebanon, the rest of the group had to stay at the camp sıte due to ıt beıng Frıday (holy day) ın Syrıa. Thıs meant there was the potentıal for demonstratıons ın Damascus so our tour leader thought ıt best to stay out of the cıty. The Saturday was back to ...

    Omzwervingen in de 'oude stad'

    A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 02, 2011

    4 comments, 33 photos

    ... zich qua kledij een beetje aangepast aan de plaatselijke zeden, de meesten –ik ook dus- dragen een lange broek (geen blote beentjes!) en hebben ook zedig een ‘foularke’ rond de schouders hangen.

    Vanavond zijn we iets gaan eten in restaurant Abou Kamal, op een 200 m van het hotel. Goed gesmuld: eerst een linzensoep en daarna tournedos met heel veel groenten en pittig gekruide rijst.

    Morgen trekken we noordwaarts. Op de planning staan Hama ...

    So long Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 08, 2010

    4 photos

    ... out of me.

    My lasting impressions of this city have been one of friendly and welcoming people; children playing soccer in the streets, and old men watching the world go by as they sit by the road side on plastic chairs, greeting those that pass. It has been a feeling of safety and security that I've come to associate with the Middle East, but without the military presence that I quickly grew accustomed to in Egypt. The surprise to see that the produce vendors don't ...

    Eid in Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 17, 2010

    1 photo

    ... two young Russian girls, as if they had fallen from another planet, dressed in mini-skirts, and gathering the attention of the entire street, attracting a mob, which would slowly form behind them and follow them down one of the main streets of Damascus, as cars honked their horns and young boys and men of all ages whistled behind them. ...

    Damascus and then...I'm out!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 09, 2010

    23 photos

    ... are one thing, reality and human ingenuity another. It's very easy to access any banned website through a proxy server so in all the internet cafes, coffee shops or hostels you'll see Syrians wasting away as much time on Facebook as denizens of any western country. Take that Bashar al-Assad!

    An oft asked question of travellers bound for Syria is, “why Syria?” or “are you insane?”. This refrain comes not only from ...