Regency Park Hotel

Damascus, Syria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Damascus

Axis of zataar, mosques and neon mountains

A travel blog entry by henniterness

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... it so bizarre any more. The weather by the way is gorgeous, making us feel rather hot in our fully covered gear of long pants and sleeves. Approximately two hours after we finally finish our lovely breakfast (yes, yes, I know!), sundown on the mountain is a spectacle of traditional music playing out of ghetto blasters and families setting up their own picnic tables, just behind a stretch of of mountain top cafes that are illuminated by neon lights.

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Love and travel have in common .....

A travel blog entry by sorbus

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... last whine. My much praised (by me) Kindle (e book) has collapsed. No screen, no wireless, no access to my books, newspapers, no anything except dismay, despair and depression for me. And I cannot here even get a gin and tonic which would help, even for a moment. Those who are readers will know how bereft I feel. Plus it all happens in Syria where access to certain internet activities are limited - no Skype, no reaching amazon.com. I guess it is just time to get a teach yourself Arabic manual.

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Ramadan Kareem

A travel blog entry by partnersincrime

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... decisions for you, ie omit certain things from the order which you have requested, or order other things for you that they think you want if they don't have what you want. For instance, we went to get a pizza the other night, craving some non-mezze fare and pratoning a Canadian pizza company called Sarpino's. I tried to order the veg pizza, no olives with pineapple, so the guy told me i should get the mediterranean pizza instead, because "it had all ...

New Apartment

A travel blog entry by mminton

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... dad. It is a beautiful place with three generations of family living there. They speak french and Arabic, and one young girl speaks a little English, which is the perfect person to practice Arabic with. Us students spent the afternoon in a coffee shop watching the South Africa vs French game with the locals. Tomorrow I will complete registration at the university and then four of us ...

Accepting candy from a stranger!

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2

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... garbage, so I walked over there. It was not garbage but two bags wrapped in foil with a pretty ribbon that contained candy. She didn’t speak any English but it was such a nice gesture, I didn’t really know what to say except for Shukran, Shukran! (Thank you in Arabic). Her husband returned and as the car was leaving she waived at us. I told Nik that this is really the only place where you can accept candy from a stranger!
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This hotel, located in Damascus, is near Damascus Center, Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, and Hejaz Railway.
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