Hotel Sultan

Address: Al Baroudi St., Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Al Baroudi St., Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Damascus

      Hanging Out

      A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 05, 2011

      26 photos

      ... old, traditional and conservative suburb of Damascus.

      Some evenings around Bab Sharki (Christian Quarter) drinking beer and eating well. And smoking nargeela, of course!

      Lazy, relaxed and enjoyable days that merge and pass so ...

      Hamam time

      A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 02, 2011

      22 photos

      ... a meeting place for gay people then anything else. When I got into a little steam-room (alone), some other guys got quite interested in Sam and started to throw water at him (their version of flirting I guess). Sam was the target again at the scrub (no scrub needed under the towel) and the massage (no, not coming back after hours). I thought it was quite funny, but we ended up leaving quicker then expected, just in case; the numbers and odds were stacked against us... ...

      Saul, Saul why are you persecuting Me? Damascus.

      A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Feb 12, 2011

      1 comment, 64 photos

      ... is the place where the head of Husayn (the grandson of Mohammed ) was kept on display by Yazid I. From this brief description, we see the importance of the Mosque for Christians and Muslims.
      I was surprised to meet hundred of Shiah pilgrims, mainly from India and Iran.The entrance to the Mosque in the morning is like a black cloud formed by the black chadors of the Iranian women. They love to be photographed with a foreigner and I was asked many times ...

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

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 13, 2010

      1 comment, 87 photos

      ... own affairs when the last of the British troops pulled out in April 1946. When the State of Israel was declared in 1948, this led to a flood of Palestinian refugees into Lebanon, which is just over the Syrian border, and a series of problems for Syria. In 1963 the Ba’athists seized power in Syria, and in 1967 Syria lost the Golan Heights in the Six Day War with Israel. In 1970 Hafez al-Assad seized power and became Syria’s President. In ...

      A Sojourn in Syria

      A travel blog entry by suesy6652 on Mar 16, 2010

      1 comment, 144 photos

      ... apparently been the house of Ananias very long ago. Not being all that religiously informed we weren’t really sure what that meant, but it was underground and had some religious icons in it.

      Safur then set off with us trailing behind on our ‘tour’ of the Old City. This turned out to be more about him heading off, turning around occasionally to see if we were still there and Geeps and I trying to keep up while looking around us and, ...