Al Zaetona Hotel

Address: Bab Touma Square, Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bab Touma Square, Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Omzwervingen in de 'oude stad'

    A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 02, 2011

    4 comments, 33 photos

    ... the body of St. John the Baptist. The Mausoleum where Saladin was buried is located in the gardens just outside the mosque.

    Khan As'ad Pasha is the largest khan in the Old City of Damascus. The building follows a typical Ottoman khan layout with two floors giving onto a central courtyard. Khan As'ad Pasha is entered from Suq al-Buzuriyyah, through a monumental gateway decorated with stone carvings and roofed by a muqarnas semi-dome.
    The entrance leads to a ...

    Damascus and then...I'm out!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 09, 2010

    23 photos

    ... br> somewhat of a novelty in most parts of the country. From our first stop in the ancient, conservative city of Aleppo to our last stop in amazing Damascus, we were constantly greeted and welcomed and asked how we liked Syria. I've lost count how many times we heard,
    “welcome, welcome” and, “welcome to Syria”.

    It may be a bit of a tired cliche but it really is the people that make or break a travel experience and ...

    Saw lots of WC's - Worst day ever!!!

    A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Sep 30, 2010

    4 photos

    ... s here than ever before. Upset tummy, sleep deprived and the heat aren’t a great combination to have. We didn’t see much of Damascus but what I saw I didn’t like much, not an appealing city. We caught a taxi back to our hostel with Maartin because I honestly never felt SO bad. I was stared at a lot because I looked like I was dying, lying on ...

    Just for Patti :-)

    A travel blog entry by salamdimashq on Sep 25, 2010

    ... questions and more. For many of these people this is the first time they are meeting an American Muslim woman who wears the hijab and it’s really profound. (or maybe being my optimistic self, I’m hoping it’s a profound meeting :-)

    Working Class Women – I was hugely impressed by the # of women who are part of the work force over here and how liberal minded they are. In my host family – one of the daughters is a librarian and the ...

    Day 97: Amman - Damascus

    A travel blog entry by danielandai on Sep 08, 2010

    7 photos

    ... border. Some say it was straight forward, others say it may take time but eventually they issue it. Seems like all depends on the officers at passport control. But I was almost convinced that it is possible unless you are American (Americans have a trouble getting visa at the border often). So! We proceeded to the window called 'Foreigners Arrival' (they have windows for Syrians, Arabs and Diplomats). The first thing the ...