Rusayl Hotel

Address: Rusayl Industrial Area, Muscat, 124, Oman | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rusayl Industrial Area, Muscat.
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Travel Blogs from Muscat

Muscat on foot

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Sep 21, 2014

10 comments, 27 photos

... delights) I eventually reached the souk. Here it got slightly more touristy but luckily not as bad as in Dubai and no one tried to throw a towel over my head.

The other side of the souk directly leads out to onto the cornice and the view was wonderful, with the mountains and the old fort on top, the palm trees lining the granite walk along the seafront. I seeked shelter in one of the little resting huts in order to try my new Halwa sweets. An Indian ...

A problem shared and an act of kindness

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... being that it is no way anywhere near as bad as man flu. So now instead of dishing out the honey and lemon I am on the receiving end and trying my best to stay out of the heat. But we have docked in Oman at the port of Muscat which is the capital, and where the Sultan of Oman lives. There is oil in Oman like so many countries in this area, and as a result the Sultan of Oman is a very wealthy man indeed. We look out across the pier and get a good look at the Sultans ...

Beach camping...

A travel blog entry by dskerik on Mar 24, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... ditched the camping and came home. We were all disappointed and we still enjoy some beach fun. We looked for shells and rocks. Daisie collected lots. So pretty and we were just happy to be there. On the way back we stopped at the world's largest sink hole! It was huge and awesome. You can swim in it. We just took pictures, although Daisie's duck, Julia, took a dip!! We drove home and all the way back, I was ...

A Whole New World

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Feb 19, 2014

3 comments, 64 photos

... Souq, housed in some of the buildings and grounds of the former Nizwa Castle (home of the royalty, which the fort protected). This souq sold rabbits, ducks, parakeets, chickens, seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables and dates by the bushel, in addition to the dry goods we had seen at Mutrah Souq the previous day.

Nizwa Fort was very impressive and well-presented, with lots of signage and a nice little museum. Built in the 17th century, the fort was a ...

Return to Muttrah Souk

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Nov 04, 2013

... valleys & wadis, zigzagging across the mountain chain. These passes divide the Hajar Mountains into W and E. The biggest mtns are on the Izki to Sumail section, where the walls of Jebel Akdhar to the west are formidable indeed. To the east the mtns are smaller, the irregular serrated red ophilite hills lifted from the ancient sea bed. At Sumail Gap there is an especially ...

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