Hotel Dar al Kanadil

Address: Al Bab, Aleppo, Syria | Hotel
 
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      FEAR IN MAREA

      A travel blog entry by wanderingstar on Aug 16, 2012

      6 photos

      MAREA WAS THE FIRST PLACE IN ALEPPO PROVINCE TO STAGE PROTESTS IN THE SPRING OF 2011,IN SUPPORT OF DERAA AND HOMS.
      ON 22/4/11,THE PEOPLE CAME OUT IN SYMPATHY,AND TO DEMAND THEIR FREEDOM AND RIGHTS.THEY DID NOT,AT THIS STAGE,CALL FOR REGIME CHANGE.
      THE HEAVY HANDED RESPONSE OF THE GOVERNMENT EVENTUALLY PROVOKED THIS STANCE.POLICE,SHABIYA AND INTELLIGENCE MINISTRY FORCES WERE REPEATEDLY SENT IN,OFTEN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT,DRAGGING PEOPLE AWAY IN THEIR UNDERWEAR ...

      This entry not suitable for children!

      A travel blog entry by fnahallnz on Feb 12, 2011

      5 photos

      ... and that was when we met the Muhammed and his uncle. We had a lot of fun talking to them and decided the next day we would go back. When we left the souks we realised it had been raining so rushed back to the hotel to get the washing in. They bet us to it and got it in for us. Really nice. We spent the rest of the day resting and eating.  The next day I woke up feeling a little under the weather and not sure if I was going to be sick. I decided to brave it ...

      Simon's Gorgeous Castle

      A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 04, 2010

      15 photos

      ... roadway in dark clothing awaiting a minibus. How they survive, Allah only knows! And now more timid drivers were driving slower than normal, with the minibuses zipping madly in and around, flashing their brights and honking their horns. What fun! Luckily we were able to recognize the route we needed having done it once each way ourselves and once each way in the minibus, but we still missed a turn or two, having to double back here and there. We still got back to our peaceful camping oasis ...

      The journey, not the arrival, matters

      A travel blog entry by sorbus on Nov 01, 2010

      43 photos

      ... traders and charging them for water and tending their camels. For a Roman city it was unusual in having no stone paving, supposedly to protect the feet of the huge numbers of camels, Palmyra prospered to such an extent that Rome granted it autonomy in 64BC, Rome having helped its trade considerably with its demand for silk. The Romans had seen the silk banners of the Parthians and wanted the same delicate banners so the silk trade took off. (The ...

      Crossing the border with Syria

      A travel blog entry by sadik.deger on Oct 04, 2010

      1 comment, 5 photos


      From Gaziantep to Syria are many organized trips. As we wanted to go 'last minute' we had to find our own way to arrive to Syria. Most logical way is to go to the border city Kilis. The cheapest way to travel between Gaziantep and Kilis is to use the 'dolmus' a frequently used minibus service in Turkey. From the terminal we traveled by dolmus to Kilis and from there we were planning to look further.

      Once arrived at Kilis, we didn't ...