Crowne Plaza Muscat

Address: Qurum Heights, Muscat, Muscat Governorate, 112, Oman | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Qurum Heights, Muscat, is near Wadi Shab, Bahla Fort, Tanuf Ruins, and The Frankincense Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Muscat

    Day 4 Writing to Home

    A travel blog entry by janetjoyjohnson on Apr 22, 2015

    1 photo

    ... wounded in battle in WW2. He also wrote a dairy. Writing on my iPhone especially with one finger is laboriously slow. My little fat thumbs make the back up/ delete key most used. Writing long hand would probably be quicker but not an effective way to get my ramblings home to family and friends hot off the press. I am practicing the two thumb technique so maybe when I get ...

    Traveling On

    A travel blog entry by mikejen on May 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... roads. The Grand Canyon of Oman is the attraction today. It is truly impressive and is claimed to be the second largest canyon on the planet only surpassed by the Grand Canyon in the US. An impressive piece of roading I gets us to near the top and while it is gravel and rock and only suitable for 4WD it is an amazing engineering feat. At the top there is the beginning of some tourist development with a camp and cabins being developed for tourists. Stopped for a snack picnic lunch ...

    Muscat: 20,000 worshippers under the sun!

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 02, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... the mosque in Abu Dhabi but nevertheless was still a master class in engineering skill. We were led across a courtyard were we were asked to remove our shoes. Unlike Abu Dhabi where the shoes were left on the steps of the great hall on show like some charity shop cast offs, everyone had a pigeon hole in which to place ones footwear. The mosque can hold 20,000 worshippers at one time so there were 20,000 pigeon holes dotted around the outer court yard. We were now instructed to ...

    Oh Man, Oman

    A travel blog entry by luckyobes on Mar 16, 2014

    2 comments, 75 photos

    ... a rental car and headed to the town of Nizwa. We spent our days wandering around ancient villages, meandering around the souk (market), visiting forts and generally soaking in the uniqueness of a different world. All while feasting on deliciously cheap meals of grilled meats, hummus and tomato/cucumber salads wrapped up in a pita.

    On our way out of Nizwa, we stopped at a very remote souk, in the town of Sinaw. Not a tourist town at all, and ...

    The final chapter in The Battle of India

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 28, 2013

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... was fully up by the time we departed and we were greeted with clear skies but lots of haze. The haze didn’t end for the entire flight so although we could see the ground, we couldn’t see much ahead of us. We were thankful there was an ILS approach, because even in the cloud-free morning we couldn’t make out the airport until we were about 5 miles away.

    As we were accustomed to by now in India, it wasn’t until after ...