Hotel Dar al Kanadil

Address: Al Bab, Aleppo, Syria | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Al Bab

    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 ...

    Sour

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 22, 2010

    ... purees, and kibbeh, purple sumac sprinkled on dips and sandwiches, the impossibly fresh and juicy citrus fruits and thick tangy yogurt which became a vital part of my morning routine. I studied Arabic, I ate, I wandered, and I awaited the day that I would be in Aleppo gorging on grilled meatballs bathed in cherry sauce and mhammara the spicy tangy red pepper dip which uses the famous Aleppo pepper to give it the kick.

    But alas, it ...

    A little Aleppo

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 03, 2010

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... to put it in my name or BW Campers.

    OK… done? Nope… I had to find Mr. Big again to ask about the next step. He took me to the very front of line-up #1, pushed aside the truckers and bus drivers, and ordered the agent to do my customs paper. Needless to say, neither the agent, not the dozens of tough looking Turks and Syrians were too pleased with this. So, the agent does a couple more truckers, then pushes them away, has a big stretch break and lights up a smoke, ...

    The journey, not the arrival, matters

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Nov 01, 2010

    43 photos

    ... gum) picked me the pale purple saffron crocus growing in the ruins. Families live among the ruins. A 6 th century domed church is a home to goats and pigeons. The roofless church houses three cows, seven sheep and an assortment of hens.

    A local guide, looking just like a Santa Claus gnome and clapping his hands with glee, came with us to the border as we were travelling independently. We crossed into Turkey at the non busy Azaz/Kilis border. ...

    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 ...