Ghazal Hotel

Address: Sharia Souq Saroujah, Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sharia Souq Saroujah, Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and St Ananias Chapel.
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    Give Me Allah or Nothing

    A travel blog entry by waymoney on Jan 02, 2015

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    ... friend and our guide, Abu told us that it was built for John the Baptist for he was honored as a prophet to both Muslims and Christians.The religion is evident in the city due to trade and spread of ideas, goods, and services. For Islam plays a vital role in everyday role from how shariah dictates everyday life to roles of men and women. Ali and his men would trade war weapons, paper and sugar to those from African, Turkish, Jewish, and Iranian descent.Trade was able ...

    Finding my feet

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 07, 2010

    1 comment

    ... almost too comfortable. My trusty back pack rests by the foot of my bed, unused. I don't have it in me to put it in my closet, but I do have to avoid eye contact as I walk past it every morning.

    After spending two nights in the comfy hotel, and a night in a hostel, I managed to find an available room, and quickly went about setting roots. I could have spent more time looking around, but a girl living in the house told ...


    A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 15, 2010

    11 photos

    Today I went to the monastery of Mar Mousa, or St. Moses. The "Moses" is an Ethiopian who came up there to escape the world. The monastery was rediscovered by a Jesuit Italian priest a few years back, and now hosts travelers from all around the world who can stay there for free, provided they do housework etc around the monastery.

    I just went up on a daytrip. There were a lot of stairs up to the monastery, as it is atop a mountain. Once there, ...

    Shalat? shalan?

    A travel blog entry by knifehammer on Aug 06, 2010

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... place is! well never eat there! peter took us to the four seasons by accident. as we walked around i noted that this was officially the furthest away i had been from welland, in more ways than one. anyways the meal was a hundred million courses and i ordered a budweiser, because im the common man, and i got a czech beer also called budweiser that i have never had before...needless to say, it wasnt the watered down factory worker beer i was excited for, but was ...

    We eat, and sleep, in style in Damascus, Syria

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 13, 2010

    1 comment, 87 photos

    ... s Restaurant for a late lunch. The roof terrace is only open in the evening, so we settle for downstairs, which is nowhere near as picturesque. Like so many of the Damascene buildings, it has a tiny entrance leading to an enormous courtyard, highly decorated, extending the full height off the building. The meal was good, but lacked the atmosphere of the roof terrace by night.

    Walk back via the souk and vehicle roads within it, then up past ...