Al Waha Palace Hotel

Address: Near Computer Market, Riyadh, 100061, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Financial District area of Riyadh, is near Kingdom Centre Tower, Black Stone, National Museum, and Riyadh Zoo.
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      Travel Blogs from Riyadh

      Plateau of the Apes

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... desert transporters. Several cast members screamed on cue as the transporter drivers flew over rough ground and up/down steep hillsides that formed the fortress walls of the ruling baboon kingdom. Although no romantic scenes were in the script, several of the professional cast decided to add impromptu gasps, clutches, and grabs into the more dangerous traverse scenes.
      Right on schedule, the safari ...

      Off to the DQ and Not For Icecream

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 15, 2014

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      The area of Riyadh known as the Diplomatic Quarter is where all the Embassies are located. It is quite beautiful with many green spaces and hiking trails surrounding the Quarter. The trail follows the edge of an escarpment overlooking the palm gardens of the Wadi Hanifah. There are playgrounds, gardens and an abundance of picnic areas. We started exploring this area last week and decided it would be a great place to return ...

      Getting Around in Saudi Arabia- No Fear!

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... but speed limit signs are only in Arabic so you better practice up. Learning the Arabic numbers isn't that hard but recalling them quickly for exit numbers etc. is more difficult. We have missed many an exit while our brains were still working.

      Our car comes with a GPS unit that is completely out of date and confused. The road construction changes routes with detours, closed roundabouts, no through streets etc. almost weekly. It took us a twenty minute ...

      From Camel Trails to Camel Souk to Socializing

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Hajj caravans as well as frankincense spice traders for centuries. This area reminds us very much of the landscape around Arizona. Robert's off-road driving was skilled enough that my eyes were only closed briefly.

      On our way through we saw sections of desert the have been claimed by the Bedouin families who are coming in closer to the city for the winter. You can see how they have gathered the sand into a fence-like border around the area which will be ...

      First Impressions - And We're Off!

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... have a car for our personal use. The Canadians in the compound are very welcoming as are residents from all over the world.

      There is a religious holiday here from October 4-9 called Hajj. There is also a pilgrimage during this time. Millions of people take this pilgrimage to Mecca at this time. As a result we are touring around Riyadh until it is over. Our first outing was this past weekend when we travelled to Dir'iyah (pronounced like ...