Holiday Inn Jeddah Al Salam

Address: King Khaled Street, Makkah Road, Jeddah, 21452, Saudi Arabia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on King Khaled Street, Makkah Road, Jeddah, is near King's Fountain, Biet Nassif, and Gabel Street Souq.
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      Travel Blogs from Jeddah

      Saudi Arabia ...?

      A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Mar 31, 2014

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      ... underwear' or 'bra' blurred out, as was any cleavage. Rather random. Then came sleeping in Jeddah, the wifi was all out and I managed to find the only non-single chair so despite me initially planning not to sleep I ended up doing so anyways. I woke up an hour before boarding and watched all the other flights board and was watching all the 'Hussain Nasim, please come to board now' and reflected how one day I want to have my ...

      Football

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Apr 05, 2012

      ... Canada's people are as warm and welcoming to him as he was to me last night there in his home country.

      Today I had my first ever Student Led Conferences. They went well. It’s a milestone in the school year. Now it’s time to focus on the next two and a half months. Work hard and it’ll go by fast.

      Thanks for ...

      Tag You're It.

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 16, 2012

      ... are frigid. Once on land I set my gun and fins beside the truck. Two guys in a coast guard vehicle drive by and stop. They are dressed in fatigues. They motion for me to approach them. I am tense. They speak to me in Arabic. I say "Enlgize? No Arabic." They looked annoyed. “ID” one of them says. He’s missing some teeth. I have it. Give it to him. He points to the gun. And says, “no.” I smile. “OK.” ...

      Life in Saudi

      A travel blog entry by theroadshow on Nov 24, 2011

      ... every chance we got. Most of the reefs were untouched then. Unfortunately we have been told by friends still working there that there has been alot of damage to some of these reefs from dredging and a general disregard for the environment. ...

      This is an excerpt from one of my stories.

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 15, 2011

      ... when a spoilt child gets his way through the exploitation of his indulgent parent’s will to keep the peace.

      He starts to talk while the bartender polishes glasses. “You know I gotta say I’m impressed that you’ve got none of them godamn robots in here. You’re a real man. Running your place with hard working HUMAN labour. With sweat and blood. You know what I see when I look at ...