Four Seasons Hotel Damascus
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Hotel Damascus
All the modern luxuries one can expect from Four Seasons - nice air conditioned rooms, pool, restaurant, concierge... great welcome on our first stop in Syria!
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...more days merging and passing, spent enjoying, wandering, eating, drinking, smoking, laughing and sleeping.
The beauty of travelling without time constraints. Time to enjoy and submerge into the surrounding, the people, the culture and the way of life. Although not necessarily captured within photographs, living a location over time is the best way to start to understand ...
... use of the government letter allowing him to do everything he wants... I just felt embarrassed.
I had some scenes at the Umayyad mosque and we also filmed our 'hotel check-in'. Most of my scenes revolve around me looking at something, appearing to be amazed and snapping a shot. The hotel check-in is to show how all the backpackers get into town and meet up in the hotel. The hotel featuring in the movie is a $ 175 per night hotel though and I doubt very ...
... meat with and not get your hands dirty. Sometimes, the pita comes slathered in tomato past and herbs, to add more flavour to the eating experience.
-Fruit: fruit is so abundant and succulent here, its pretty amazing. Peaches, nectarines, plums, figs, grapes, cherries, apples, pears, cactus fruit, 20 kg watermelons, pomegranate, mulberries. You name it, it grows here. In the market, you get fresh, bright mulberry or pomegranete juice, although being unsure ...
... topped ice-cream from the busy Bakdash sweet shop. We look around the Great Umayaad Mosque and then have a tea at a famous coffee shop. It is famous for the presence of a dramatic story teller each night. It is a pity his tales are in Arabic but the thumping of his cane on the ground is still a sight worth seeing.
Dinner is at Al Khawali restaurant, a personal favourite of the ...
... behind trying to keep up and remember our way for our rendezvous with Safur next morning. Luckily there were only a couple of twists and turns and we were at the door of the Dar al Yasmin hotel. A discreet bell, set into the top of an old wooden door, was rung and we entered into a small marble hallway, descended three rather deep steps into a marble courtyard and the reception desk. We were sent to have a seat in the ‘courtyard’, a large ...