Casablanca Hotel

Address: Madinah Road, Jeddah, 21481, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Madinah Road, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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        Where has that been hiding?

        A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 16, 2014

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        ... above 16 knots. We have now slowed down, we are still in an at risk zone, but there phase been no recorded pirate activity in this area in the past 5 years. Other precautions of a secret sort are still in place. The amazing phenomenon of sea days is that you have absolutely no time to do anything. Today we have had breakfast, then been to a lecture on how climate change precipitated the end off some of the worlds great civilisations. After that it is time ...

        Day Dreaming of Nightmares

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 31, 2012

        ... point Melissa, God bless her, was screaming and crying. I think that’s when he threw the first punch. It hit me square on the face. Blood started to drip from one of my nostrils. After that I remember his face. Like the most vivid nightmare. The ones that wake you up in the middle of a deep sleep. I stood still trying to stay on my feet. I knew if I went down I was taking boots, a lot of boots. I knew if I hit a double leg I’d have ...


        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 09, 2012

        ... smile, shake and hug. His family waits for us in the diplomatic vehicle outside. As we drive from the airport the DQ (Diplomatic Quarter) I see high reaching skyscrapers in the night sky. We stop to get some food and then head to their place.

        There I put my feet on Canadian soil. It feels good. Really good. We talk for the next two days about all things grand in life. We eat like kings and enjoy the comforts of home. It’s an infusion of ...


        A travel blog entry by wriceman on Nov 06, 2011

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        ... it is beautiful in its own way, but after growing up in a world of color, it is different. One of the most exciting things I found this month was a website where I can download music, and can stay up to date on new music that is released. Sounds funny that music downloads can be one of the best things to find here, as it is so easy to do at home, but here I tried probably a dozen sites before I could find one that gets by the censorship. ...

        Battle Scars

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 15, 2011

        ... on itself in a fiery crunch. Thus known as the ‘big crunch.’ Levels of heat will become so high that life will not be possible. All matter will burn in un-measureable heat.

        Last school year I was riding the bus home from work and had my Ipod on shuffle. There’s a song by the musical group called Ministry that I discovered. The song Brick Windows by them has lyrics that go like this:

        Some people say the world’s on fire

        Some people say ...