Dar Halabia Hotel

Address: Bab Antakia, Aleppo, Syria | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Bab Antakia, Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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    FEAR IN MAREA

    A travel blog entry by wanderingstar on Aug 16, 2012

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    ... COLLEGE,UNTIL THE WAR FORCED HIM TO STAY AT HOME.UNWILLING TO JOIN THE NATIONAL ARMY UNDER ASSAD,HE HAD ALREADY DELAYED 3 COURSES TO AVOID THE DRAFT.HE NOW ANTICIPATES DOING HIS MILITARY SERVICE IN THE FSA IN FUTURE.HIS BROTHER SUFFERED A SHOULDER INJURY FIGHTING IN SALAHEDDINE DISTRICT OF ALEPPO RECENTLY AND WILL RETURN TO THE FIGHT WHEN HE RECOVERS.

    OUR CONVERSATION TURNED TO THE PREVIOUS REBELLION AGAINST THE ASSAD REGIME,IN 1982.ALTHOUGH THIS CENTRED ON ...

    European connections

    A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 25, 2010

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    On the way to the dead city of Sergila I hitched a ride with a biker who after finding out that I was Italian decided to start taking the turns a little tighter and screaming back to me "Valentino Rossi!" That evening I was back in Aleppo for dinner with a Swiss postal worker and a Hungarian who ran a casting ...

    I'm in!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Oct 29, 2010

    ... we were able to get the border post very quickly. After quickly getting our Turkish exit stamp, we had to get back on the bus for the 2 minute drive to the Syrian entry post where we disembarked to begin the real fun. There were 3 Syrians on our bus, 2 Canadians, 2 Japanese and 1 Korean. The Syrians got in easily but none of us foreigners had visas which caused the bus driver and his assistant to shake their ...

    Day 1 - Culture Shock

    A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 27, 2010

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    ... what we thought was a derelict building we started to take pictures as the building looked grandeur but yet it was a typical building site. To our surprise a boy walked towards us, and had a lovely conversation, many Syrians are able to speak Arabic and English. The boy was studying English Literature and spoke English very well he was very proud of the building site and let us take pictures ...

    Goodbye to Turkey and Onwards to Syria!

    A travel blog entry by soulcollector on Oct 25, 2009

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    ... issues, I came away from Turkey with a sense of optimism for the country as a whole. The people, especially the young generation, are driven, dynamic, and connected with the rest of the world. The traditional social hierarchies and entrenched interest groups that were formed as part of the Kemalist state have been forced to yield under democratic forces from the local and grassroots levels, opening and creating a relatively level playing field for ...