al-Gawaher Hotel

Address: Bab al-Faraj St., Aleppo, 6952, Syria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Bab al-Faraj St., Aleppo, is near Souq al-Hamidiyyeh, Al Azem Palace (Palace of As'ad, Pasha al-'Azm), and Omayyad (Umaiah ) Mosque.
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      Travel Blogs from Aleppo

      FEAR IN MAREA

      A travel blog entry by wanderingstar on Aug 16, 2012

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      ... WAS TOLD THAT THE HOUSES HAD BEEN REBUILT. MOST OF THE TOWNSFOLK FLED.
      ARTILLERY AND HELICOPTERS HAVE CONTINUED TO BOMBARD THE TOWN REGULARLY EVER SINCE,ALTHOUGH MOST CIVILIANS HAVE RETURNED,THEIR NUMBERS SWOLLEN BY THE INFLUX OF REFUGEES FROM THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE.
      THERE IS LITTLE ROOM IN TOWN FOR JOURNALISTS,SPARED ONLY FLOOR SPACE IN ONE HOUSE NOW USED AS A MEDIA CENTRE,WHERE THE TOILET SOON BLOCKED,THE AIR CON FAN WAS BROKEN,THE SHOWER NON ...

      I'm in!

      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Oct 29, 2010

      ... Anyway, that is when we are also finally told the visa fees, for a basic 15 day single entry visa it was $24 for the Japanese, $56 for Canadians and about $30 for the Korean. Then it was off to the customs bank to pay...most of us had only Euros so had to exchange them at a pretty ****** rate. Then we gave the receipts and passports back to the bus assistant and he went back to see the customs officials to get ...

      Day 1 - Culture Shock

      A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 27, 2010

      52 photos

      ... and it became the sole use of the military. Unfortunately in 1822 an earthquake damaged the Citadel and during the French Mandate, the French began excavating and restoring much of the perimeter walls. Today, the Citadel has previously been used for musical concerts although it stopped being used in this manner in 2007 but is still open to the public, although its best to use a guide to assist ...

      Welcome to Syria, Hello, Welcome to Syria!!

      A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Sep 26, 2010

      33 photos

      ... and then went to duty free and waited a few hours while Colin and Ian sorted out our visas. It is already hotter. We jump back on truck and then a Syrian inspector comes on board to check passports and then says ‘Welcome to Syria’. We drive through some very dusty and smoggy roads, very different scenery, we are now in the real middle east. We get to our hostel ‘Springflower Hostel’ in Aleppo and ...

      Goodbye to Turkey and Onwards to Syria!

      A travel blog entry by soulcollector on Oct 25, 2009

      7 photos

      ... all around had taken on a rougher edge. The bus took us to the point where we had to disembark and get our exit stamps from Turkish immigration control. Then everyone had to get on the bus again to get to the Syrian side of the border, where we got off again. The conductor of the bus took me to a large hall, first to pay for my visa (US $56), then to a small office next door where a big fat uniformed officer filled out a form for me. All kinds of middlemen and ...

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