Orient Palace Hotel

Address: Hidjaz Sq, Damascus, 43, Syria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hidjaz Sq, Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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      Travel Blogs from Damascus

      My First Discovery

      A travel blog entry by trinidadrh on Mar 25, 2011

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... of Syria. An enormous wave of people rolled through the street. They were amazingly boisterous, vocal and unified. They proudly carried national flags and photos of their President as they chanted in unison. In that moment, I was excited and concerned. Yet, as the crowd got closer, I could tell that the marchers were not angry protesters, but joyous people happily declaring their support of their President and ...

      Welcome to Damascus

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 05, 2010

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      In the end I was rewarded for my tenacity. The restaurant was tucked away behind a Lebanese meat pie stall in the souq. I never would have found it; and it was indeed well worth the walk. My first taste of Syrian cuisine shows great promise. Our lunch of grilled lamb, baba ghanoush, hummus, lentil soup, and pickles was spectacular; and not just because I was about to eat my arm. Everything was fresh and vibrant, as any traveler in the ...

      Damascus - A weekend break in the Axis of Evil

      A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Sep 09, 2010

      17 photos

      ... 8221; Angela said after buying some fragrant oils in a tiny stall just off the main drag. “It seems so real and authentic.”

      The next morning, as soon as we’d finished breakfast, we were back at the Old Town. Being a Friday meant a lot of things were closed, so we decided to venture to the Christian Quarter, where according to the guidebook, things should be business as usual. It had actually surprised us to discover that Damascus had a Christian population ...

      Damn that Bloody Sun... and the Israelis

      A travel blog entry by bernie-s on Aug 04, 2010

      3 comments

      ... to their homes, which lead in many directions that replace roads and act like veins up the mountains. Thankfully up on of these mountains there's a road that allows you to drive up to see Damascus. Damascus - its lights are dazzling, and the flow of traffic becomes a relaxing site when detached from the sound of car horns. The whole city, which is absolutely huge, is regularly injected with strip lights of green racing up above the other lights, hundreds of them; these lights all ...

      We eat, and sleep, in style in Damascus, Syria

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on May 13, 2010

      1 comment, 87 photos

      ... t find a suitable destination on the map. There is a monument on the mountain, so we decided on that after they flagged down a mini-van. We had an agreed price of 30SYP, to take us up to Qassioun Mountain. We traversed the old quarter (retracing the long route we’d taken in the hot sun) to pick up the main road up to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, then wound up the hill to a horizontal section of road with cafes and lookouts. The views ...