Jdayde Hotel

Address: Jdayde Area, Alhatab Square, Aleppo, Syria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Jdayde Area, Alhatab Square, Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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      Our time in Aleppo

      A travel blog entry by thesexypeople on May 25, 2013

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      After our visit to Istanbul, we traveled for many days. Our caravan leader told us it was about five hundred fifty-two miles from Istanbul to Aleppo, and the trip was almost interminably long. On the way to Aleppo we passed through several cities to stay the night; Palmyre, Tyre and Damas being the memorable stays as they were close to Aleppo. It seemed our journey would never end.

      Finally, we reached the city of Aleppo. Aleppo lay between two major ...

      The city of the soap

      A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 05, 2011

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      ... vanwaar we toch een mooi zicht hadden op de imposante citadel. Aan dit plein liggen meerdere sjieke restaurants, die we enkel een bewonderend blik waardig gunnen. Het prachtig zicht op de citadel wordt -uiteraard- flink doorgerekend in hun prijzen! Wij halen een betaalbaarder drankje in een kioskje vlakbij.

      We storten ons terug in de authentieke straatjes van de soeks –meestal overdekt- en bezoeken de interessantste gebouwen zoals de Madrasa ...

      Souks and Sites

      A travel blog entry by kdwali on Mar 25, 2011

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      A visit to the main souk in Aleppo, the Al-Ahreen souk which also dates back to around 1300AD. As in most places, the stalls are grouped together by merchandise. So one stretch might be all fabrics, another all spice stalls, all shoe stalls, tools, jewelry, toys, utensils etc. One after another. Alleyway after alleyway.

      The butchers stalls sell entire animals including skulls, offal ...

      OH SHIT!

      A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 06, 2011

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      On Sunday we made an early move to some ancient sites with so-called water-villages (forgot the name) for some more ancient scenes with Neil and Seraphine. To give you an idea about the road-trip: 3 minibus vans with crew and actors, a Landrover discovery for the director and whoever wanted to drive with him and 3 trucks with requisites and props. Most of the time none of the drivers knew where to go, everyone would drive as fast as ...

      Syria Bound

      A travel blog entry by dan-levitan on Feb 12, 2011

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      ... It began with a simple shower and rest in the sauna but I realized I was in trouble the second my masseur put on a very abrasive looking glove, told me to lie down and began to painfully strip away about 3 layers of dead skin from my body. When the experience was finally over I was wrapped in several towels, given a nice cup of hot tea and gently encouraged to offer a tip to my former torturer... er Masseur.