Al Gosaibi Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 3006 , Al Khobar, 31952, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 3006 , Al Khobar, is near Corniche.
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      Travel Blogs from Al Khobar

      Hi, Camel

      A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Mar 10, 2014

      30 photos

      ... farm. Despite having pretty vague directions, we found it (first/last exit before the causeway, go north, it's on the left - you can't miss it). The kids listened impeccably well (miracle!), kept to the sidewalk, and no one got spit on. The camels were mellow and we were the only ones there. C ran through the compound looking up curiously and exclaiming "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!"

      It had started to get hot, so we ...

      Adventure out to Khobar

      A travel blog entry by kal-linda on Nov 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... we went on an adventure. Thankfully GPS on phone is pretty good so we were able to find our way around easily. I’m going to call it downtown Khobar where there’s tons of shops and people and cars. It was really busy for a Friday evening. All stores are closed during morning and afternoon on Fridays in Khobar, and then open at around 4:00pm. So, everyone is ...

      Pedestrian Lament

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 16, 2013

      Inspired by a trip to Bahrain City Center mall.

      Life is civilised, safe and easy in a city. There are streets, lined with shops and these mute, slow animals we call pedestrians. Well, now I come to think of it, maybe the city isn't such a safe place for some. Pedestrians have two main predators. If they leave their grazing area, the footpath, they will be killed or robbed. They will be killed if they walk into the stream ...

      Capturing a Calling

      A travel blog entry by oneofthefools on Feb 20, 2013

      12 photos

      ... they lacked, but they did have another book by Orson Scott Card, so I asked if donations were accepted. The women at the desk said they were and I should just bring them back there, I said I would probably have to mail them. After that I did the long march up the beach to the Bahrain museum.

      I arrived through a well maintained and tree lined walkway leading to a variety of courtyards with different themes in each. One was full of sculptures, one was ...

      AIESEC and conversations about Islam

      A travel blog entry by jbussing on Jun 25, 2010

      Today was the AIESEC National Conference for Bahrain, with its UAE ambassadors. It was an enlightening day filled with excitement and intrigue. The AIESEC institution in Bahrain is only four years old, and its development and growth rate are astonishing. I will spare the details of the days minutes except to discuss what happened after the formalities were over.
      An open discussion was held on the ...