Tishreen Hotel

Address: Baramkeh Str., Damascus, Syria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Baramkeh Str., Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Damascus

      6 months...

      A travel blog entry by salamdimashq on Mar 03, 2011

      ... Charlene who is Danish and who has become one of my good buddies. Shes my travelling buddy, Holmes to my Sherlock. Livingstone to my David. (and I cant seem to remember at this direct moment who was Livingstone’s travelling buddy – but I think I’ve drawn a clear picture of how much Charlene means to me). We are different but alike at the same. When I get all crazy and control freaky, she pulls my handle and vise versa. We don’t ...

      So long Damascus

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Dec 08, 2010

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      ... s of my mind. It is a rat maze of a city with delights waiting around every corner. A city with the maturity to be itself, not what others want it to be. But the once foreign streets and hidden corners are slowly becoming familiar. Despite my best attempts to get lost I find myself in the same dark alley's I've seen before and I'm left with the impression that I've been here before and it is time to move on. It is the nature of travel; setting a departure date guarantees a ...

      Eid in Damascus

      A travel blog entry by jonbart on Nov 17, 2010

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      As I walked through a cemetery trying to disguise myself as a local, I was asked by a probably-half-blind old man to help him pour water in one of the flower pots at a grave he had come to visit... down another perfectly paved street with cars parked on both sides, I walked by what could only be described as a temporary wooden sheep ...

      Finding my feet

      A travel blog entry by jmckerricher on Nov 07, 2010

      1 comment

      ... of taking private lessons in the local dialect. I considered lots of factors before jumping ship, but to be honest, once the idea popped into my head, it became the obvious choice. After talking with lots of students from both the University and other language programs I'm happy with my decision.

      I'm now three days into my lessons (whereas the University program doesn't start for another week or so) and things ...

      Chez al Hariri to Damascus

      A travel blog entry by radcliffe-riley on May 21, 2010

      ... very nice hotel, the Albal. It is a lovely old converted house, all inlaid wood doors round a lovely courtyard. They are so helpful that their bell boys insists on taking our suitcases back across the street, round the alleys and right into our hotel! It's also a lovely place, but it's not quite as fancy as the Albal.


      After sitting in the courtyard for a while, enjoying the peace and ...