Venezia Hotel

Bahsa, Damascus, Syria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bahsa, Damascus, is near Apamea, Sayyida Ruqayya Mausoleum, Hejaz Railway, and Palmyra Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Damascus

    Surviving Syria

    A travel blog entry by waynedale on May 01, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... country. For a Japanese passport holder it was $13, for a European Union passport holder about $35 and for an Australian - a whopping $108 because apparently, that's how much an Australian visa costs.

    Oh well, who am I to argue. Although I don't know of any Australians who get a Syrian visa with the intention of settling in the country and I can only imagine that all of them, like me, will end up parting with much more than $108 while in Syria, as opposed to ...

    Christian villages

    A travel blog entry by kaisersnuggle on Sep 14, 2010

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Today I went to Ma'loula, where Aramaic is still spoken by the local Christian population. It is located about 30 miles from Damascus, in the mountains. Went there with a Dutch guy from my hostel, who is about six foot three and had trouble sitting in the minibus.

    Sat on the minibus next to a elderly woman who was Christian on the way to the town, and she told me how the Greek Orthodox live on ...

    Ramadan Kareem

    A travel blog entry by partnersincrime on Aug 18, 2010

    14 photos

    ... meat with and not get your hands dirty. Sometimes, the pita comes slathered in tomato past and herbs, to add more flavour to the eating experience.
    -Fruit: fruit is so abundant and succulent here, its pretty amazing. Peaches, nectarines, plums, figs, grapes, cherries, apples, pears, cactus fruit, 20 kg watermelons, pomegranate, mulberries. You name it, it grows here. In the market, you get fresh, bright mulberry or pomegranete juice, although being unsure ...

    Damascus & Palmyra

    A travel blog entry by tsimko on Jun 13, 2010

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... there by bus, which took ca 4 hours. Two Swedish girls had the same way so we booked a nicely decorated top floor 4 bed room with a balcony. Staying overnight is essential if one intends to enjoy to the fullest. The temperatures I believe were attacking 40 centigrade, so it would have been more of a struggle walking the ruins during the day. For sunset we took a taxi to a nearby hill, perfectly overlooking the site, the village as well as surrounding hilly ...

    The passion of Rough

    A travel blog entry by choy on May 03, 2010

    3 photos

    The city that has always been and always will be, was to be the our experience for the day. We drove into Damascus and stopped just shy of the heart of the city, a few blocks from the Citadel. Walking the rest of the way to the Old City, we very soon started to see old houses, holding on for dear life, many twisted beyond recognition. Turning around one corner, we walked right into a sous, a street in the city's medina. So far in our journey, we had seen some of the world's finest medinas, ...