Bosra Cham Palace

Address: Maysaloun Street, Bosra, Syria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tangkou area area of Bosra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Bosra

The Syrian Crisis

A travel blog entry by johnariale on May 02, 2013

... is hard, no the word hard is an understatement, its unimaginable, when trying to comprehend the actions of one man and how his hold on power is so overwhelming that he cannot and will not do what is best for his people.

As families in Syria fear for their lives, that protective survival instinct kicks in, and people will do almost anything to survive. In so many cases today in northern Jordan, I saw that. Mothers and fathers were so desperate that they left their ...

1048. Hanging out With the Truckers (Jor 016)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2011

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... and have a real spirit of camaraderie. They tell me that despite the troubles in Syria, they still drive up and down the country without any trouble—so far. They also tell me the waterfall I’m looking for is a good couple kilometres out of town…

So I go back into town, take a short walk around… up onto a ridge where I peer off to the north to what must be Syria… to ...

1046. Frontier Town (Jor 014)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 09, 2011

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Day 023: 4 hours, 4.0 kms

There are no buses to my next town—just a car which I'm assuming serves as a collective taxi. I figure I’ll go ahead and go for it even though I risk getting stuck out in the middle of nowhere. And yes, after Zarqa you really feel like you’re out in the middle of nowhere… endless flat moonscape that stretches on towards the horizon. This is the almost uninhabited desert wasteland shared by ...

I saw Syria through my wine glass

A travel blog entry by jocelyinjordan on Jul 15, 2011

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Yesterday 20 of us rented a school bus and headed north to Sama Vineyard to celebrate Clare's birthday. For 30 JD we had transportation to and from, wine, swimming, and lunch from 12pm until 10 pm! It was absolutely of the coolest things I have ever done. As you can see from the map the vineyard is on the Syrian border. We actually wound up at one of the border crossings and had to make a U-turn ...

Day Trip to Bosra

A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 09, 2011

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A bus ride to Bosra, some 140km south of Damascus, accompanied by Alex (France and dorm mate), Charlotte (Dutch), a retired French Archaeologist and a retired French teacher (what a selection of backpackers!).

A quick bite to eat before entering the Roman theatre (a World Heritage and UNESCO site), reportedly the best preserved Roman theatre in the world.

Bosra is located on what was once a major trade route ...