Damascus International Hotel

Address: Bahsa St., Damascus, Syria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bahsa St., Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Give Me Allah or Nothing

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Jan 02, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Ashley and I decided to travel with Ali and his men. He told us we were to stay in the city for week due to business. It is our last day and its already night time. We are to leave first thing tomorrow morning which I dread due to long, tiring road ahead of us. Sitting on a camel for hours is not something you wanna do for fun. For during the day it was lively and outside the Umayyad Mosque there were markets, hustling and bustling with merchants and ...

    Omzwervingen in de 'oude stad'

    A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 02, 2011

    4 comments, 33 photos

    ... has been built up with every passing occupation,it has become almost impossible to excavate all the ruins of Damascus that lie up to 8 feet (2.4 m) below the modern level.

    The Citadel is located in the northwest corner of the Old City and was built during the Seljuk rule, and rebuilt during Saladdin rule. There are several gates to the city, some of them date back to the Roman era. Bab Touma and Bab Sharqi are perhaps the most oldest and famous gates of the old city ...

    So long Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 08, 2010

    4 photos

    ... brings the odd feeling of home sickness, but the comforts of home are no longer for me in Damascus.

    'When the traveler seizes to move, he seizes to exist' noted Will Ferguson. Like that small patch of green, tenaciously resisting the invasion of the city, I too feel the city closing in on me. It's time to move on. Time to get some fresh air. Time to see the sea. I'm off to Lebanon, the famed land of 'Milk and Honey', we'll see what the gods of travel have waiting for me ...

    Finding my feet

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 07, 2010

    1 comment

    ... while a large dusty closet dominates the room. For me the material things in the room are of little priority; I only go there to sleep. Noise and light are my primary concerns. I tacked a small piece of fabric with some scrounged nails over the only window in the room, and thankfully the area is relatively quiet; located well away from any source of traffic. Of course, there is the neighborhood mosque, but just as any one ...

    Day 6 - The End is Nigh

    A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Oct 02, 2010

    24 photos

    ... Muslim wear as in all mosques all shoes must be removed before entering (but i would bring with you a shoulder bag to put you shoes in as there is a tendency to clear shoes from the door way.

    This mosque is definitely a must see especially those who aren't apart of the Muslim religion, i was spectacularly bowled over by this building and its ...