Park Hotel

Address: Baghdad Station Street, Aleppo, Syria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Baghdad Station Street, Aleppo.
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Travel Blogs from Aleppo


A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 03, 2014

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... established an academy, Bayt al-Hikma Academy, which had translated (into Arabic) works of science and philosophy from Greek, Aramaic, and Persian. He even offered me to stay for dinner which was to kind. We ate, Quzi (is a whole grilled lamb stuffed with rice, almonds, raisins and spices) Kabob, Giguk (yogurt dish), pilow, and finally for dessert (my favorite) Baklava.

Our time in Aleppo

A travel blog entry by thesexypeople on May 25, 2013

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... other kinds
of foods such as yabraq, grape leaves stuffed with meat and rice and rolled up into cigars, and kleeja, pieces of cake sprinkled with a mix of aromatic spices. It was absolutely delicious and afterwards both Ge, Elina and I agreed that we had learned a lot about Aleppo cuisine, not
to mention our full stomachs. Unfortunately our visit to Aleppo was a bit shorter than the other cities, but we truly enjoyed the time we spent wandering the city.

The Second Leg of My Journey

A travel blog entry by sidwell on May 23, 2013

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... for 4 pieces of the purple rock. I found a vendor of what he called "dates of the gods," and i could not pass up anything with such a name, so i sold two jars of my spices for enough dates to last me for the rest of my journey. Finally i used my gold pieces. Although i had already become attached to them because i had never used had anything so precious in my possession i knew i had to buy what i saw. Using my 12 ...

Rebuilding Baghdad

A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2013

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... offices or soft, warm beds, it all seems a little surreal.

The camp is tucked into the professedly secure Green Zone. Widely heralded it may be but it is very much "the other side of town" that all mothers tell their kids not to play in. It is simply a slice of desert in which various types of trash have been scattered, much of it war debris. Whatever of value had been there at some time past, including Saddam’s favorite mosque, is ...

The city of the soap

A travel blog entry by hilde on Apr 05, 2011

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... Sea and Mesopotamia.
The ancient name of the city, Halab, is also its Arabic name in the modern day. Halaba in Aramaic means white, referring to the color of soil andmarble abundant in the area. Another proposed etymology is that the name Halab means "gave out milk," coming from the ancient tradition thatAbraham gave milk to travelers as they moved throughout the region.

Aleppo is characterized by mixed architectural styles, having been ruled, among the ...