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 Palmyra Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Damascus

      Finding my feet

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 07, 2010

      1 comment

      ... had looked around a bit, and this was the best/cheapest place going. Good enough for me.

      My room is one of seven in a large house-type thing. The seven bedrooms, along with two kitchens, and two bathrooms all wrap around an open central courtyard which is dominated by a large citrus tree. The courtyard, which is also the home of a random neighborhood cat, is a great place to be anytime of day; it never gets too hot, as ...

      Monastery

      A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 15, 2010

      11 photos

      ... doorway lets you in, and you can go inside the church, where frescoes from the 10th to 12th centuries have been discovered. The largest one is of the last judgement, which has two sides: one for the saved, the other for the damned. The rows of the damned include heretical bishops, unbelievers, those who cheat, and the usual list of adulterers, fornicators, and thieves. There is also a fresco of St Simeon atop his pillar.

      There didn't seem to ...

      Syrian Sheraton Hopsitality

      A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 05, 2010

      1 comment

      ... of fruit which end every meal here, with watermelon (tis the season), purple plums, bringht orange apricots, ripe figs, grapes of the red and green variety, and some other melon which almost tastes like a pear. Oh, and pears. So we had coffee and tea and then all of a sudden, so abruptly, it was all over and we all got up to leave. The amount of food on the table was just phenomenal and I feel full for the ...

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

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 13, 2010

      1 comment, 87 photos

      ... Umayyad Mosque before it closes, past some really heavy security at some sort of Government building down the road. Dianne manages to lose a page of information which slips underneath the black BMW of a heavy hitter, and has problems retrieving it.

      At the mosque, take a while to find the dressing room where western women have to put on this grey Jedi outfit, then back in the main entrance with the faithful, shoes in hand, and proceed to check ...

      A Sojourn in Syria

      A travel blog entry by suesy6652 on Mar 16, 2010

      1 comment, 144 photos

      ... chilly wind. He appeared five minutes later and took us down the other side of the ridge, pointed at a rocky path heading back under the road and told us he would meet us at the other end. We didn’t know quite what to expect but dutifully set off. It turned out to be a mini-mini version of the walk through the Petra Suq – a narrow water-carved canyon through the rock, with a few rudimentary tomb caves. You just never know what you’ll ...