Beit Al Mamlouka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... courtyard) I had to remind him that the hotel staff all spoke fluent English. I could be arrested for that sort of behaviour. It was very awkward. His words about the current government echoed around the hotel while seven staff members listened in.
I stopped for some lunch in one of the souks in a snack bar that had no atmosphere and no smiles, like many places here. The girl who eventually served me (I was their only customer) went back into the kitchen and after ...
... avoiding hitting your head you were faced with showers without doors! 1 had one (I used that one). Another had one but was soo small you had to undress outside They were unisex so I made Fraser be my body guard! Our room had the creakiest bed I had ever heard. I just sat on it and it creaked. The room opened up to a small indoor courtyard and was right next to the front entrance. It was quite noisy and people could see us through the glass ...
... pretty raw), or kibbeh krue, which is just raw ground meat served with olive oil. All in all, food for the local or the super adventurist (like my dad)
-Meat: lots of kebabs are orderable, as well as roast chicken, and cherry kebabs (an Aleppo delight-ground lamb balls, on a skewer above and below a bed of pita and just swimmingin a great cherry sauce). All the meats come above and below pita on a plate, presumably to absorb the flavours and greases, to ...
... come directly here, and are very emotional here.
Out the back, adjoining, is Saladins tomb. Or two tombs. Kaiswe Wilhelm gave a fancy one when he visited in 1880 something. Why is not clear, as there is very large one ready in use!
Leila's for dinner, a rooftop restaurant behind the mosque. we watched the hundreds of swifts come home to roost in the minaret of Jesus.
While we sat, the sunset call to prayer cries out very loudly next to us. Baba ...
... says “Bob Marley from Syria” written in Arabic!
I never thought that I would come to Damascus and hear about the Brazilian Capoeira. The guys were teaching capoeira to the Palestinian and Iraqi refugee camps. It has such a positive impact that UNICEF took notice. They were in the process of starting their own NGO so that they can continue helping people, especially the children. I think its great to help ...