Yasmeen D'Alep Hotel
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... of people who had been held on the far side of the square were released to come charging across the square.
We thought there was some sort of demonstration going on,
Another old ruin but these folk turned out to ...
... the vat, there is an underground fire which heats the contents to a boil. Boiling lasts three days while the oil reacts with the lye and water to become a thick liquid soap.
The laureloil is added at the end of the process, and after it is mixed in, the mix is taken from the vat and poured over a large sheet of waxed paper on the floor of the factory.
At this point the soap is a large, green, flat mass, and it is allowed to cool down and harden for about a day. ...
... evening. He agreed and did. He then suggested that we go and drink coffee together. I guessed that I wouldn't get off that lightly! Away we went, around the back of a scruffy building, up a couple of flights of stairs into his office. A large, well furnished office with a plush leather topped desk and a very large picture of president Bashar on the wall. His first words on entering the office were "I love my president".
He made us ...
... by the Greeks, Romans, Ummayads, Abbasids, Ayyubids, Mongols, Ottomans, and French. The son of Saladin made major renovations to make it even more secure, such as steepening and smoothing the hill. Several notable European crusaders were imprisoned in its dungeons.
The Ummayad Mosque in Aleppo is equally historic, but sadly only the minaret (from 1090) remains from prior to the 13th century. The ...
... we did not even know Michelle and the grandkids were going to be in Jordan. We also expected trouble with the van, as there were suggestions of the necessity of a Carnet de Passage, which is like a passport for the car, but very difficult to arrange. There is also the serious complication of the fact that I own the van (and have invoices to prove it), but the van is still registered to BW Campers in Amsterdam (due to complications of non EU residents getting registration in EU).