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 St Ananias Chapel.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Damascus, Syria

    A travel blog entry by kimgatenby on Apr 09, 2011

    ... and we were able to venture out and explore the old cıty wıth ıts palace, mosque and amazıng souq (bazaar).

    After a full day explorıng the cıty (and a lıttle baklava of course) we settled ın at Al-Nawfara Coffee Shop to see a dyıng art form. Abu Shady ıs an elderly Syrıan man who ıs known as a Hakawatı, or storyteller ın ...

    Omzwervingen in de 'oude stad'

    A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 02, 2011

    4 comments, 33 photos

    ... er nog tijd genoeg is rijden we al door naar Krak des Chevaliers.

    P.S. foto's opladen lijkt niet erg goed te lukken (gaat enorm traag en blokkeert na een tijdje)! al blij dat ik een verslagje heb kunnen posten!


    Today we spent a whole day visiting 'old Damascus'.
    The souks of Damascus are in fact divided into several adjacent souks, each sometimes specialising in a different product (silk, spices, etc.). The most famous is called Souk ...

    So long Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 08, 2010

    4 photos

    ... expansiveness of the city that I've spent the last month in. With the aid of a map we were able to make out the distinct landmarks and neighborhoods that we've only ever seen from ground level. The Ommayed mosque, such a dominant figure in the city looked small, and insignificant compared to the monstrous Four Seasons Hotel. Suburbs that I've only heard of stretched off to the horizon. I realized the narrow streets that have grown familiar to me are but a fraction of this ...

    Eid in Damascus

    A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 17, 2010

    1 photo

    ... two young Russian girls, as if they had fallen from another planet, dressed in mini-skirts, and gathering the attention of the entire street, attracting a mob, which would slowly form behind them and follow them down one of the main streets of Damascus, as cars honked their horns and young boys and men of all ages whistled behind them. ...

    Damascus and then...I'm out!

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Nov 09, 2010

    23 photos

    ... somewhat ironic that although American-Syrian relations are strained and usually at odds over Middle East policies, Syrian people have a very similar problem to Americans in that they desperately want foreigners to judge them not by their government's policies and actions but by them as a people. This is easy to do because Syrians are incredibly friendly and welcoming people. Tourism is in it's nascency in Syria so tourists and even more so backpackers ...