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... it’s better that we’ve been in touristy areas, I’m not sure we could take this day after day - nice as it is. But if all I’ve heard is true, this is a mild introduction to what we could experience in Syria. ...
... the right thing to do on Christmas. Plus, what a perfect place to me. Reading through Luke, I hear mention of Syria in the Christmas story. This is the biblical landscape. Even the everyday dress of some people is the stereotypical ...
... the 75 km to town before lunch. Even 2 puncture repairs couldn't’t slow us down. Crazy road surfacing…I hope Syria’s a might bit better as we’re running out of tubes and patches. Now we’ll spend a day in ...
... a wave, reactions varied from waves in return, smiles, beckons, and in one truck, peels of laughter and cheering! Upon arrival in Aleppo (population 2 million), I hadn’t a clue as to where to go. I had the name of a hostel and the area of the ...
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Posted by raniroo
... surprised. The people are very friendly and welcoming and the food fantastic (I only ate local foods). Syria has a wonderfully long history and very interesting. Aleppo is a more conservative town and I highly recommend visiting to get a feel of what ...
Posted by johang
Dear people of Syria, I'm traveling all over the world, so last week in Syria as well. I've visited Aleppo and Damascus. I was highly positive surprised by the people's hospitality ! This is the first topic I write after visiting a country. ...
Posted by manzara
Head to the Syrian city of Aleppo for exoticism, medieval shopping malls and deep-fried falafel, says Gail Simmons, journalist and travel writer.
Posted by cammily
Hello all, I am looking for a furnished flat in Aleppo for one month (in April) for me and my fiancee. Can anyone recommend something nice, small and clean? Every hint will be appreciated! Shokran kteer and have a nice day, Cammily
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