Old Vine Hotel
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... with old shops on the ground floor. The space of the central courtyard is divided into nine equal square modules, where each module is covered with a dome. The second floor, accessible by a staircase located to the right of the main entrance, was used mainly for lodging and has eighty rooms arranged along a gallery facing the courtyard.
An octagonal marble fountain occupies the center of the courtyard below the central dome.
Azem Palace: was originally built ...
... really high on that front. That's a good thing because while the country does some have some interesting sites, on the whole I wouldn't rate it that highly. On the plus side are the ancient cities of Damascus and Aleppo, the desert ruins of Palmyra, Krak des Chevaliers castle, Euphrates river, waterwheels of Hama and a few other secondary ruins, castles and towns. I'm really glad I came but don't think I'll be hurrying back anytime soon.
Bye bye Syria!
... in pain and feeling so weak and couldn’t walk fast. I was sitting on the ground in agony. Got back to campsite and lied down and felt so bad. Won’t go into details what happened next but all I will say is that it wasn’t pleasant ..... mmmmmm! Troy and our tour guide went to chemist to get medication for me. I drank water and had bread ...
... a private school teacher. The niece of my tutor is doing her undergraduate is nuclear science and wants to continue on with her MBA, and thereafter go to Germany. A Syrian friend of mine told me that according to recent Stats the number of doctors in Syria are so many, that the Minister of Health has said that the field is is over saturated and that Syria has enough doctors for the next 10 years. I belief that because everywhere you go..just on my street I have noticed at ...
... to us was 'No, if you don't have a visa, you need to go back to Jordan'. He looked unhappy and kept rejecting our passports… but we didn't give up! We kept asking nicely saying 'please please', then eventually he took our passports and asked someone else. We had to wait for about 10 minutes but eventually he said yes and told us how much we should pay. He said $52 for British and $24 for Japanese. Looks like ...