Carlton Green Hill

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

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 06, 2010

1 comment

... a period of him repeating the phrase then laughing again. Here in Damascus it is a common greeting.

In the end I am reminded of my buddy Matt from Boston, who was a classmate of mine for two years in Kamloops. As our final semester came to a close it was becoming obvious that Matt's Boston drawl had been replaced by the sing-songy rhythm of Canadian English- he even finished many of his statements with the distinctly Canadian 'eh.'
"Oh man" ...

Iran is not far

A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 15, 2010

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Ahmadinajad had just recently visited so there were many billboards with his picture welcoming him to Hezbollah territory... Ayatollah Komeini was also easy to spot, as were typically Iranian savings boxes... But this is Lebanon and seeing a veiled woman after dark smoking a cigarette in a butcher's white-tiled shop maybe shouldn't have shocked me. ...

Love and travel have in common .....

A travel blog entry by sorbus on Oct 26, 2010

4 comments, 62 photos

... fight! This they do every day with enthusiasm and verve. The legionnaires preferred to frighten the enemy rather than fight, which seems eminently sensible. Each legion had 5,000 men and in a battle each man fought for just 8 minutes before he went behind the lines to eat, rest, play Scrabble, whatever. I am left wondering, how did they know when 8 minutes was up? After 25 years they left with a purse of gold or a plot of land, and presumably, an ability to tell the time.

Unsuccessfully sneaking into a mosque

A travel blog entry by jsnicka on Sep 14, 2010

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... checking this place out. The grounds inside were full of foliage and pools and were quite nice indeed. After the palace visit, I finished my walking tour of old Damascus and headed back to the hotel. I've decided to be a lame tourist and I end up spending the night at a nice air-conditioned movie theatre, watching one of the new box office hits. Lame, Andrew. Very lame.

My visit to Syria is now over, I am off to Amman in the morning.


Damascene Days

A travel blog entry by sundayinthepark on Sep 10, 2010

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... does indeed gaze down at you from every street corner. The Assads have done nothing for the people of Syria, save keeping it insular and away from the world's glare. Their presence is felt for the tourist too, in the way that your passport is required for anything: to use the internet, to buy a train or bus ticket, to check into a hotel. But I will always remember the people of Syria most of all, who as I say are a true delight.

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