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, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Damascus

      6 months...

      A travel blog entry by salamdimashq on Mar 03, 2011

      ... Charlene who is Danish and who has become one of my good buddies. Shes my travelling buddy, Holmes to my Sherlock. Livingstone to my David. (and I cant seem to remember at this direct moment who was Livingstone’s travelling buddy – but I think I’ve drawn a clear picture of how much Charlene means to me). We are different but alike at the same. When I get all crazy and control freaky, she pulls my handle and vise versa. We don’t ...

      Eid al Adha

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 27, 2010

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... by the closure of stores, and the clogging of public transport. But I had no where to go, and no desire to see anything new. Instead my walk to school (my teacher is Christian, and doesn't celebrate Eid) was refreshingly quiet. I enjoyed the absence of the waddling old ladies blocking my way, and the rush of small children with sticks. Instead I cruised the streets with an extra bounce in my step; observing the local population of sheep dwindle day by day.


      Kids all around

      A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 19, 2010

      1 photo

      ... This trip could be titled "Where East meets West" and might be epitomized in a village called Maalula. It is home to perhaps the oldest standing church on earth, Aramaic is still spoken, and you can find a Christian Orthodox shrine where you are asked to take off your shoes and walk into a small chamber with typically mosque-like carpeting covering the stone floors... and if you visit around noon, you'll probably hear the call for prayer from the mosques down below. ...

      Damascus and then...I'm out!

      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 09, 2010

      23 photos

      ... members living in Canada (hi mom and dad!) but also from citizens of nearby countries who often voice the most shrill fear and/or loathing of their rogue neighbour for some legitimate and not so legitimate reasons. And there's no doubt that that Syria-Canada and Syria-U.S. relations are complicated and strangely intertwined. The horrific rendition case of Syrian-Canadian Maher Arar is of course the worst example of twisted, post 9-11 bedfellows.


      Just for Patti :-)

      A travel blog entry by salamdimashq on Sep 25, 2010

      ... br> After they get over their initial shock, their reaction is : “Laaaaaaaa….wallahi?” meaning ”Nooooo you swear?”And after that its pretty smooth sailing. They get really happy and exclaim “Alhamdullilah” – meaning praise be to God, and they have all these wonderful questions ' “Are their mosques in America? “, “ Can you wear the hijab? “ Syrians are very curious people and its fantastic to answer ...