Pullman Al Shahba Hotel
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... eating in a small cafe called the green frog. The sandwiches we had were unbelievable . Way too good and way too big!! We headed back to Colfax to meet up with the other three members of our group and out tour guide Jack Lien. Jack promises to take us to sites other people miss and areas that only he can visit since he has lived here for over 30 years. We head off to Steptoe Butte State Park since the viewpoint above ...
... s major skills is making up fairy stories each of the artefacts we found now comes with a detailed history.We have now got used to military manoeuvres wherever we go so the sight of a mock dog fight between 2 Syrian fighter ...
Throughout my time in Syria, and with everything that has been going on
for the last month, the tourist has been the safest people in the
country. Protected both by the government forces and the public. Unless a
tourist was stupid enough to go to an anti government gathering, then
there was no risk.
The tourism industry has ...
... for a coffee (at least we think that's what they said), with our hand on our heart we kindly refused.
Saturday seemed to be some some kind of holiday and everyone in the city was in the best of moods, time after time we were stopped just for a chat. We spent a couple of hours in the courtyard of a mosque just watching families come and go while their children chased each other and played football. While everyone was willing to ...
... around 50,000 inhabitants, and remained Ottoman until the empire's collapse. It was occasionally rife with internal feuds as well as attacks of the plague and later cholera from 1823. By 1901 its population was around 125,000. The city revived when it came under French colonial rule but slumped again following the decision to give Antioch to Turkey in 1938-1939.
Aleppo was named by the Islamic Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) as the capital of Islamic culture in ...