Elaf Al Huda Hotel

opposite the king Abdullah endowment, Medina, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on opposite the king Abdullah endowment, Medina.
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    Travel Blogs from Medina

    Visit to Medina

    A travel blog entry by kufarooq on Feb 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... br> the entire city) is restricted to Muslims only; non-Muslims are not
    permitted to enter nor are they allowed to cross through the city
    center.

    My stay in MADINAH

    A travel blog entry by abdullah10 on Sep 13, 2013

    3 photos

    it was a great experience of mine in madina. I stayed in hilton hotel for 3 days.but bcoz of some family problem i came back.when i went there again i was pretty happy staying there.i went to different mosques such as quba mosque,qiblatan mosque and masjid -e- nabi.there were different shopping malls.the most famous was al noor mall.i also touched prince gold car.it was ...

    Welcome to Saudi Arabia

    A travel blog entry by tunalim on Mar 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... The spring that G’d brought forth for Hajar and her baby son, Ishmael, is Zamzam, which flows copiously still. With the seventh round of Sa’I ending at Marwah the pilgrim ends the state of Ihram, by shaving the head and removing the Ihram dress. This completes the rites of Umrah.Women only cut a few strands of hair (length of the tip of the pinky finger.) The Faraaid (obligations) of Umrah are 4 in number: 1.Niyyah ...

    Valley of the jinns

    A travel blog entry by furquan_arifa on Oct 18, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    This morning had an abrupt start. The usual routine to wake up around 4am, get ready and make our way to the Masjid for namaaz-e-shab followed by congregational fajr prayers at 5am nearly got derailed. Most likely due to the compounded effect of late nights and a poorly set alarm. Either way, a quick dash to the Masjid meant we just made fajr. Alhamdulliah! Those that have been hear before will understand it really ...

    A basic lesson

    A travel blog entry by furquan_arifa on Oct 15, 2012

    3 photos

    ... did this teach us? There is so much to learn from this battle - not only during but also from events before and after and therefore i should say the very short synopsis above does no do justice to it by any means. However the lesson we really took away from this was in life we are all given advantages - be it in war, education, status, wealth or even health - and it is important to recognise this, remain grateful ...