Dallal House Hotel

Raheb Bouhaira Str., Aleppo, Syria | Hotel
 

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Aleppo - still more souks, fortresses, and ruins

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

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Diary 8 Aleppo

Tuesday 18 May 2010 Aleppo (Syria)

Out to the Hama bus station for the 11.45am Kadmous bus for the 2 and a half hour trip to Aleppo (population 2 million), with its World Heritage listed Old City. Aleppo vies with Damascus for the title of world's oldest continually inhabited city. It’s had a number of …

Glorious but Embattled Syria

A travel blog entry by billnpat

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... are Christel of Salaam Camping near Aleppo.. the Belgian woman with the Syrian husband. Being in the tourist business, they must be devastated... perhaps moved back to Belgium. There were also the men who ran the campground at Palmyra, and who hosted us so nicely to dinner and to tea in their bedouin tents. It would be interesting to know if they are actively involved on one side or another of the ...

The city of the soap

A travel blog entry by hilde

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... Al-Wazir, Hammam Yyalbougha Al-nasri, de Grote Moskee, het Museum van Geneeskunde en Wetenschap, de zeepziederij Al-Joubaili en natuurlijk de Grote Moskee. 's Avonds trekken we nog naar de Armeense wijk (Al Jdeida), waar we gaan eten in restaurant 'Almir' (vroeger Hareer genaamd).

De zeepziederij Al-Joubaili is absoluut een bezoek waard (en gratis)! Geopend: december tot april (tijdens de warme maanden wordt er niet gewerkt).
!!! Liefst bezoeken in de ...

Souks and Sites

A travel blog entry by kdwali

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... All on open display without any effective temperature control.

Most of the populations shopping is done in these places, with supermarkets and shopping centres being scarce and with locals preferring their traditional approach and locations. It makes for a busy, bustling and energetic location and a great place to see the really local life in action.

Off of ...

OH SHIT!

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins

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... and lose other cars out of eyesight within 5 minutes and due to their driving style, total chaos is pretty much standard. As a result, we arrived late to a lot of sets, missed a few sets and everyone was pretty much on edge after every single trip. The scenes ended up taking quite a while however, locals on motorbikes kept on popping up on set, and that just doesn't fly when you have a movie in the time of the Romans...

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Location

This hotel, located on Raheb Bouhaira Str., Aleppo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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