Royal Suites Hotel

Address: Al-Thawra Street, Damascus, Syria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Al-Thawra Street, Damascus, is near Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Apamea, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Hanging out and about

    A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 11, 2011

    36 photos

    ...more days merging and passing, spent enjoying, wandering, eating, drinking, smoking, laughing and sleeping.

    The beauty of travelling without time constraints. Time to enjoy and submerge into the surrounding, the people, the culture and the way of life. Although not necessarily captured within photographs, living a location over time is the best way to start to understand ...

    Hamam time

    A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Mar 02, 2011

    22 photos

    ... back in time at the ancient sites (like the walls of Damascus). It's still pretty nice though to walk around the old walls, the Bab Sarqi gate and other old features of the city.

    The same afternoon we filmed in the Umayyad mosque and Azem palace. The means of transport was quite unusual: minibus. Right through the market. Which involved a lot of honking and near-misses. Normally there is only pedestrian traffic in the market but our driver felt he had to ...

    Saul, Saul why are you persecuting Me? Damascus.

    A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Feb 12, 2011

    1 comment, 64 photos

    ... is the place where the head of Husayn (the grandson of Mohammed ) was kept on display by Yazid I. From this brief description, we see the importance of the Mosque for Christians and Muslims.
    I was surprised to meet hundred of Shiah pilgrims, mainly from India and Iran.The entrance to the Mosque in the morning is like a black cloud formed by the black chadors of the Iranian women. They love to be photographed with a foreigner and I was asked many times ...

    Eid al Adha

    A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 27, 2010

    1 comment, 2 photos

    I walk down the short hallway leading to the front door, pull the latch, swing the sturdy door open, duck under the low archway and step into the narrow alley that connects my house to the main street. I walk a few steps down the alley and hang a left past the local convenience store. I greet the vendors, who return my greeting with a hand over the heart and a warm 'salam'. Two kids chasing each-other with sticks rush past me as I walk under an archway connected to a small mosque. ...

    19th – 25th October

    A travel blog entry by orioncassiopiea on Oct 19, 2010

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... the main prayer hall to the shrine of Hussein (grandson of the prophet Muhammad), where we encountered an Iranian imam with a group of pilgrims. As the imam began to lead prayer, the pilgrims began to rock and weep. The imam’s prayers became more fervent until he had whipped the pilgrims into a frenzy. As his prayers got louder and more impassioned, so too did the pilgrims’ wailing. It was an extraordinary experience and left me ...