Hotel Al Diwan

Salhija Square, Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Salhija Square, Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Axis of zataar, mosques and neon mountains

    A travel blog entry by henniterness on Nov 19, 2010

    16 photos

    ... way she can focus on work in the mornings when I catch up on sleep to avoid crashing. 5 hours ain't doing it for me I'm afraid.

    Now then....on to the actual excitement of being on the road. Damascus! We were not sure if we can make it into Syria. It was too short noticed to get a visa from Germany and getting it from Lebanon was not an option. We heard a wide range of stories about boarder crossings and how easy in some and difficult in other cases it was ...

    Love and travel have in common .....

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Oct 26, 2010

    4 comments, 62 photos

    ... other Ali, Mohammed's cousin and husband of his daughter Fatima. Ali's supporters became known as the Shiites. Abu's the Sunnis who are in the majority in countries such as Egypt, Jordan, Libya. Iran and Iraq are predominantly Shiite. There are further divisions such as the Alawites to which group the President of Syria belongs – once they were those with the lowest status.

    Damascus souk is enchanting. Twisting alleys, dark corners, inviting entrances, silent electric ...

    Ramadan Kareem

    A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 18, 2010

    14 photos

    ... celebration, the feel and energy of this culture and changed dramatically. Not only can we not find local, street food during the day, every public nook in this country in brought indoors for Iftar, around 7:40pm each night. Iftar is the breaking of the fast, which is broken with dates, a crispy bread with tamarind caramel sauce on it, soup, tamarind juice, and other delights that I have not been privy too. Needless to say, between the hours of 7 and 9, it ...

    I <3 damasq

    A travel blog entry by knifehammer on Jul 30, 2010

    3 comments

    ... Damascus kinda has the feel of europe, i have rarely seen any saudi looking dudes with the scarves, in fact most of the dudes look like greased up italianos or something. not that it matter, but a lot of the people here have a lighter complection than i do. i have seen some women in traditional islamic dress. some not even showing eyes at all. but most dress fairly western and i hate to say it, but the arab sheek (not sheik) look kinda sorta makes canadian girl style look trashy. ...

    Discover Old City Damascus

    A travel blog entry by teresatraveler on Jul 27, 2010

    4 photos

    ... following the battle of Karbala.
    The East wing contains three important items: a prayer rug marking the place where Husayn, the grandson of Muhammad used to pray, an indentation in the wall that marks the place where the head of Husayn was kept for display by Yazid and a metal cage marking the place where all the other heads of those who died in the Battle ...

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