Beit Al Mamlouka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that sold - you guessed it - socks. The sock stalls. In other countries there are shops that specialise in selling all sorts of cheap **** but in these souks the stalls all specialised in selling one type of ****. Amazing.
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Arriving in Damascus by bus from ...
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... the land from, and the people they killed. I wondered where the food goes, I wondered if it ended up in British supermarkets, marked as a "product of Israel". And its reasons like the view in front of me that reaffirm my boycott of Israeli goods, and I urge anyone who doesn't, to do the same.
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