Sahara Touristic Complex

Al-dimas, Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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Surviving Syria

A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 01, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

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I'd be lying if I said I wasn't nervous. For one thing, the driver spoke no English. Only Turkish and Arabic. This annoyed me on the way to the border because I realised he'd be of little help to me if something went wrong. So we communicated in a mish-mash of Arabic and Turkish until we reached the border. The road on the Turkish side was atrocious with so many pot holes in the road and as it had been raining previously, we were doing about 40 kms an hour. ...

Axis of zataar, mosques and neon mountains

A travel blog entry by henniterness on Nov 19, 2010

16 photos

... glutinous escapades on her facebook, I am sure. I am finding Damascus to be a much more civilized version of Morocco, much less hassly especially. The old city's souks charm us with smells of spices & herbs, cheap perfume, glue, sheesha (called Argile, pronounced Ar-gee-leh here), burning wood and inscents. We visit the beautiful Umayyad Mosque and I stroll around a few more hours checking out Azem Palace and Beit Jabri House, when Manu returns home to work.

Ramadan Kareem

A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 18, 2010

14 photos

... of oppulence or wealth, or just for the sake of variety (which I love), dinning here is much more of a social event here, kind of like dimsum, and dishes and dishes arrive at your table to eat abit of this, and a bit of that. I've been advised that for four at a table, to order mezze for four would be more than more-than enough.

-Some of the dips that are orderable are hummous, baba ganoush (which means father's favourite), labneh (a soft ...

Damascus & Palmyra

A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jun 13, 2010

1 comment, 28 photos

Distances in Syria are really short so to get to Damascus it took only few hours by morning bus. Logically, the inflation is most visible in the capital city and hotel prices rose really fast. Al Rabie hotel was the only one with a roof-top bed option. After Hama it felt pretty disappointing. Most annoying was the fact that during the day the roof turned into hell and staying there for longer than 10mins meant to risk a hard attack. Thus an afternoon snooze which ...

Terrorists here??? Damascus is safer than the US!

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2 on Apr 10, 2010

23 photos

... US interests. Made me wonder if its because Syria refused to bow down on its knees...

Per the website, it states the following:

Obama, in a letter to Congress notifying it of his decision, accused Damascus of "supporting terrorism, pursuing weapons of mass destruction and missile programs, and undermining U.S. and international efforts with respect to the stabilization and reconstruction of Iraq." "For these reasons I ...


This hotel, located on Al-dimas, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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