Sheraton Aleppo Hotel
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... the historic Baron hotel, the oldest in Aleppo, and home to a check signed by T.E. Lawrence (but never paid!) We then head to a shisha bar near the Armenian quarter, where I smoke for the first time in my life! Smoking shisha (or hooka or nargileh) is a very popular activity in the middle East, and I must say that it was a very smooth feeling smoke, even though smoking is totally not my thing.
... motorbike, and have twice seen a family of four on one little motorbike.
The main stop of the day, once we found it, was the "dead city" of Serjillo. It is the best preserved of dozens of such deserted towns in this part of Syria. The towns date from the late Roman period, and were deserted in around the 5th C AD, probably simply due to changes in the agricultural economy. This one town, Serjillo, was intact enough to imagine the ...
... fruit, veges, clothes, souvenirs, nuts, vasoline in bulk, spices, breads, pastries, camel meat, falafels for lunch. We went to the Aleppo citadel built in 1354. After we walked back through the markets and tour ended. We walked back to our hostel for a while and then returned to the markets. We bought some olive oil soap (150 SP for 4 star soap) and had a falafel and pastry. Troy spotted ‘Breast enlarging ...
... speed, stopping abruptly to pick up more passengers along the way. The arid wind blew across my face as we sped through the jaundiced landscape in the late afternoon sun. Men with hairy knuckles and dirty fingernails handed over filthy bills to the driver. Nobody bothered to close the sliding door even as the driver was dodging billy goats at 100 km per hour. Finally, I've got my travel legs back now. I've finally made my way to Syria; this is the Arab world now, and I loved ...