Carlton Green Hill

Address: Jedaidet Al-Wadi, Damascus, Syria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Jedaidet Al-Wadi, Damascus.
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Travel Blogs from Damascus

Surviving Syria

A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 01, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... I decided to move on to Damascus despite the warnings.

On my last night in Aleppo after yet another tour around the old citadel, I was confronted by a group of angry people waving rifles alongside armed soldiers. In total, there were about fifty people. I crossed the street, fearing that this could get ugly. It wasn't until I looked back that I noticed that the soldiers were in period costume and there were other people dressed in Bedouin robes. It was a ...

The Road to Damascus

A travel blog entry by dan-levitan on Feb 20, 2011

4 comments, 24 photos

... Umayyad mosque,built in 706 AD on top of a Byzantine cathedral which had previously been built over a temple of Jupiter. The food here was more varied as well. While maneuvering through the souq we stopped to enjoy some delicious Damascus ice cream at Bakdash, which has served ice cream here since 1890, and a cinnamon waffle dipped in hot chocolate. We also met a guy named Denny who had lived ...

Damascus and then...I'm out!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 09, 2010

23 photos

... the shops and sweets in the markets, caught a movie at the Damascus film fest, walked and walked around the old city and quite enjoyed the beautiful and lively Ummayad Mosque, also known as the Grand Mosque of Damascus. Check the pix.,..I especially love the ones of Chisa wearing the grey cult-like robe she was made to wear before entering the mosque. As you can tell from her expression, she was none too thrilled about that.

And that is the end ...

The Road to Damascus

A travel blog entry by nickfear on Aug 27, 2010

15 photos

... have discovered here "fresh frozen mint lemonade". I had my evening feast later, accompanied of course by some alcohol.

The first stop in the Bekaa Valley was at Anjar. Since 1915 this has been home to a large Armenian community, initially refugees fleeing a genocide. However the main reason for visiting is the extensive ruins of the Umayyad town built in 705 - 715 AD. This was a large and spohisticted town as Anjar was on a trading route, but ...

Yikes......

A travel blog entry by knifehammer on Aug 03, 2010

5 comments, 5 photos

... mint tea and a four foot shisha pipe filled to the brim with some tasty grape flavoured tobacco. the white guy smoking shisha was funny for the guys working there as it was confusing to the tourist hordes who promptly followed us in. i smoked it for over an hour and listened to the prayers from the mosque and laughed with ash at all dumb tourists taking pictures of the tower while the prayers rang out. as if they had just noticed they were at ommayad. or ...

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