Dar al Takwa Hotel

Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Damascus

The City of my Birth

A travel blog entry by sidwell


Today I start my journey to the far east, traveling along the Silk Route. I will be Staying in one of the finest inns in the city, perhaps even the world. It is called the prancing Camel and it is located on the farthest outskirts of Damascus. It is in the Trading district, and while looking for some water skins for my journey today, I ran into some Jews. They are a ...

Axis of zataar, mosques and neon mountains

A travel blog entry by henniterness


... glutinous escapades on her facebook, I am sure. I am finding Damascus to be a much more civilized version of Morocco, much less hassly especially. The old city's souks charm us with smells of spices & herbs, cheap perfume, glue, sheesha (called Argile, pronounced Ar-gee-leh here), burning wood and inscents. We visit the beautiful Umayyad Mosque and I stroll around a few more hours checking out Azem Palace and Beit Jabri House, when Manu returns home to work.

Love and travel have in common .....

A travel blog entry by sorbus


... he, the priest) had something in common, both having been conceived in Lebanon. The priest looked a trifle surprised at the turn of conversation. Once these hills of Lebanon were covered with Cedrus libani, the monumental Cedars of Lebanon, now few remain, chopped down as they were by the Phoenicians for their fragrant wood. We drove as far as a rickety border in the midst of apple orchards, with a barrier held together by barbed wire and sellotape, and staffed by a few very young ...

First week and all

A travel blog entry by salamdimashq


... for that, but then accounting refused and sent me back to Bursar’s, who then sent me to a lone individual man sitting behind a desk in the corner of the office who actually knew what was going on. Anyhow those are my AUC memories – good memories. After all that bureaucracy **** I really enjoyed my classes, professors and the friends I met, and I pretty much have the same expectations with the University of Damascus.

I also met a ...


A travel blog entry by knifehammer


... was fun. i bought a "i <3 Palestine scarf for 2$ which went directly to kids in...you guessed it hong kong! just joking, palestine. anyone who wants that, just let me know...its yers! or i can get you one or whatever. anyway. we decided to go to a rooftope terrace after some carpet shopping and found a cool cool place right next to the tower at ommayad mosque...one of the most famous and oldest mosques in the whirl. ash had a turkish coffee while i opted ...


This hotel, located in Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dar al Takwa Hotel Damascus

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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