Al Azhar Hotel

Address: Madinah Street, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Madinah Street, Jeddah, is near King's Fountain, Biet Nassif, and Gabel Street Souq.
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    Travel Blogs from Jeddah

    Jeddah Night

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on May 08, 2015

    58 photos

    ... was similar to that of Riyadh, the added humidity made this city the hottest and most uncomfortable city for touring. Imagine 35 degrees Celsius with a humidex and a long-sleeved, full length black nylon abaya buttoned up to the chin We thought we were going to walk the Corniche in the hottest part of the day, no less. I thought I was going to die. Saudis are a night people and that is why. They sleep late in the mornings and come out to play after ...

    Night Dive

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on May 17, 2012

    1 comment

    ... my summer flights booked. I’ve got a flight from Jeddah to Glasgow booked, Glasgow to Ottawa and then Toronto to Denpasar Bali. My time here is almost up. Some days I think I could have done another year here. It would have gotten me out of debt and finally from red to black on my spread sheets. Then again surfing, hot yoga, running along the beach and a new challenge in Bali awaits. With a little less money each month. Enough said.

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    Saudi Arabia

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Mar 02, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... with us back into our daily life.

    While travelling it is easier to see how much freedom we all have in our lives in making decisions. We started our travels without setting up a rigid plan. We did not even plan to make our one year travel into two years. Every step happened because we decided to go to place A instead of place B. The travel turned out to be they we allowed it to be. It could have also looked very different as well. ...

    Hurry up and wait... and wait

    A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 09, 2011

    6 photos

    ... the airport’s lack of comfort. He informed me that there was a rather large carpet at the far end of the reception hall. Maybe we could take a nap there. I’m no expert in religious diplomacy but I suggested that sleeping on their prayer rug might not be the best idea. I sit in a metal chair with armrests disallowing the opportunity to lie down despite the sparseness of the waiting area. My back aches and I shift uncomfortably, searching for relief. Only ...

    Self Sufficiency

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 22, 2011

    ... adviser and financier for my own self. Yes I have the wisdom of guys like Freud and Plato, Hawking and Susskind, Darwin and Dawkins, Pearl Jam and AC/DC, Jones, McKay and Price, my friends, Buddha and my loving family to guide me in my day to day life. As I think forward to the future I reflect on the coming latter stages of my life. The stages where an aging adult has the support of their children. At 36 I do not have children. At 36 I may be at the tipping point ...