Four Seasons Hotel Damascus
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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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... who I had not spoken to asked me if I had said 100SYP. I confirmed (this was my opening price) at which point he started shouting and screaming. I walked away and he followed having a bit of a tantrum about my offer. At this point 2 other travelers that I had met in Aleppo appeared from the bus station having just arrived from somewhere else. We grouped up while the angry taxi driver followed ...
... have a sightseeing vacation throughout Syria, while the 2nd storyline shows 5 young people from all over the world meeting up in Syria for a holiday in which everyone has a different preference of activities.
I got asked to play the British adventurer, speaking Brittish, riding jetski's, climbing mountains etc. I only have to be on set 5 of the 10 days, but the other days I still go with the crew (we stay in hotels ...
... We have been reading the history of Syria, and have attempted to summarise the recent history of the country as follows:
In July 1941 British and Free French forces took over control of Syria from the puppet Vichy government. The Free French promised independence – and delivered it another five years later – but only after violent clashes (and French bombing) in Syria in 1945 had compelled Britain to intervene. Syria took control ...
... apparently been the house of Ananias very long ago. Not being all that religiously informed we weren’t really sure what that meant, but it was underground and had some religious icons in it.
Safur then set off with us trailing behind on our ‘tour’ of the Old City. This turned out to be more about him heading off, turning around occasionally to see if we were still there and Geeps and I trying to keep up while looking around us and, ...
... have been no restraints . They all tell you that they have them but most of them don't and think that once you are in the car that you will just continue . In Syria there are very few traffic lights and you basically have to walk out and slowly cross the road , the cars tend to go round you or stop if they can't get passed but with 7 year old and a buggy in tow it is a tense time ! There are also lots of little mini buses zipping ...