Paradise Inn International

Address: Jurjanieya, Bloudan Street, P.O Box 140, Bloudan, Syria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jurjanieya, Bloudan Street, P.O Box 140, Bloudan.
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Travel Blogs from Bloudan

3...2...1.... and ACTION!

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 01, 2011

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... far off the beaten track and apparently not that easy to reach with public transport.

It is believed that Saidnaya is the burial area for Abel (brother of Kain, from the bibel story), and many visitors come here for renewal of faith and healing. Most pray for the Icon of the holy mother and child inside that is supposedly painted by Luke the Evangelist. the Convent is quite a nice complex and definitely very old by the looks ...

Sikera (Σικερα)

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Feb 27, 2011

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... here is that this town is inhabited by a majority of Christian people, thus allowing the presence of beer on the streets and in cafe's - quite a breather! Next to a 1700 year old church, a stall owner offered us some beers, freshly roasted almonds and a great view, what more do you want after a great day of hiking!

While walking through town, we met a guy who is a local preacher and he still speaks the original ...

Ramadan Kareem

A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 18, 2010

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... those details. So it is nice to know that exemptions to the rule exist for health reasons and that the muslim contingent of this country recognises those whom are not of that faith. I've also been told that it is illegal to eat in public in Jordan during Ramadan, however you can purchase food (however hard it may be to find). Looks like we'll be only commuting through Jordan to get to the airport next week, so we won't have to worry about incarceration (which ...

Damascus & Palmyra

A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jun 13, 2010

1 comment, 28 photos

... evening started with a real gluttony feast consisting of ca 10 various local dishes, followed by nargileh and, of course, football watching. The following morning I got up to see the sunrise. I not only had the site virtually for myself, it was also beautifully coloured by morning sun. After breakfast we finished off the sightseeing and returned back to the capital.
I hope to be coming back to Damascus soon, so perhaps will write more about it later.


The passion of Rough

A travel blog entry by choy on May 03, 2010

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... Mecca and Medina. The decorations were amazingly detailed and extensive, covering entire walls. At first we thought them to be murals and carvings, but soon realized that they were exquisite mosaics, depicting scenes with people and trees. The decorations truly showed the ten thousand man-years put into it, costing the nation seven years worth of tax income. Right next to the mosque, was the tomb of their most celebrated leader, Saladin, famous even in outside the Arab world. It was a ...

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