Chahba Cham Palace

Chahba Cham St., Aleppo, Syria | 4 star hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Aleppo

FEAR IN MAREA

A travel blog entry by wanderingstar

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... CAMERA CREW FROM CNN,ONLY THE DAY BEFORE MY ARRIVAL,HAD VISITED THE TOWN.ALMOST AS SOON AS THEY LEFT,MIGS BOMBED THE TOWN AT 1AM,THE FIRST TIME IN A WHILE,MACHINE GUNNING ONE END OF TOWN NEAR TO THE CEMETERY.THE FOLLOWING DAY,JUST AS I ARRIVED ON THE ROAD FROM KILIS,THE MIG RETURNED TO ''PLOUGH THE FIELDS'' AT THE OTHER END OF TOWN NEAR THE SWIMMING POOL,PERHAPS DELIBERATELY MISSING BECAUSE OF A SYMPATHETIC PILOT.

MY WITNESS WAS HIMSELF AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDENT ...

Our Experiences On The Road To Damascus Oct 2007

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

... on the locals. It would be fair to say that the locals love it if somebody tries to speak to them in Arabic, and the number of invitations to tea testifies that Janet should have been born an Arab.
We have now been in a ...

Dirty bread and money

A travel blog entry by jonbart

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I arrived in Aleppo around lunch time and found men and women of all ages coming out of a tiny doorway with piles of bread and hanging them on the railing separating the street from the sidewalk (see pic)... what for? One Syrian told me it was just habit, but I assume it's probably done to avoid them sticking together. Another bizarre thing about Aleppo is that the policemen usually travel in pairs on motorbikes and looked like the guys from "CHiPs" ...

I'm in!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

... 8221;, “for how long”, “where are you staying” and “what's your job?”. For ease we all ended up being office workers in his book. Then he says the request must be faxed to Damascus and they'll respond, hopefully shortly. About 5 minutes later the assistant from the bus comes to tell us the Damascene official is sleeping/not in the office/whatever and it may take an hour or ...

Aleppo

A travel blog entry by sadik.deger

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... mentioned in texts at the end of the 3rd millennium BC. In the 18th century BC Halab was the capital of the Amorite kingdom of Yamkhad, and it subsequently came under Hittite, Egyptian, Mitannian, and again Hittite rule during the 17th–14th century. In succeeding centuries it achieved some independence as a Hittite principality and remained under Hittite control until around 800 BC.

Halab then passed through the hands of the Assyrians (8th century BC) and ...

Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Chahba Cham St., Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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