Gulf Hotel Bahrain

Al Fateh Avenue, Manama, Bahrain | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Al Fateh Avenue, Manama, is near Bahrain National Museum, Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park, and Beit Al Qur'an.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gulf Hotel Bahrain Manama

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Manama

    I'm a baking star

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment

    ... br> In Saudi I have time in abundance so I have started a sour dough plant, a ginger beer plant and this week I made my first loaf. It was beautiful, soft, risen, slightly chewy, amazing I was so proud of myself that I cut it in half and delivered some to a friend around the block. So I am trying again today and so far it is looking like a success.

    The biggest challenge that I have found is trying to eat ethically, in Australia it is not to difficult ...

    Week Four Dhahran

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... so at least I know the prayer times and significance of certain times of year.




    On the social front I have been asked to babysit this week and have the privilege of sharing a house with three puppies who love cuddles so that has helped me not to miss my little men at home. I have been to the supermarket again and found a few new things to cook with, including tomtillo's - yum, dodgy little long life sponge rolls with fake cream in ...

    Tonight marks the end of week 3 in Dhahran

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jul 19, 2014

    ... of Ramadam with Eid (the celebration at the end of Ramadam) starting on the 28th of July. I have decided to try and learn a little bit about Ramadam and Eid and Wikipedia has been a fountain of information, it is an interesting religion, I am also trying to learn numbers (so I can read price tags) and how to say hello this week (I haven't quite got the hang of this yet). The marquees are starting to be erected for the celebration days and I am looking ...

    A Down Day

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Mar 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... Coast Guard station, we had passed a lovely looking park near the airport, so I suggested we go back to it and maybe take a walk. This turned out to be brilliant, as it had two playgrounds, a little kids' carnival with rides, and some food stands. We had some shwarma/pita wraps while the kids played with some locals. We met a kind Bahrani couple with a 2 year old boy about Andrew's age at the carnival and I got to chat with the mom. She was ...

    What a week!

    A travel blog entry by triciab on Sep 08, 2012

    2 comments

    ... only are some of them difficult for me to pronounce, but they write their names differently too. For example, on the attendance sheet, names were listed like Hamed, Mohammed Waleed. In the States, We would probably think his name was Mohammed Waleed Hamed, right? Nope! Hamed is the first name, Mohammed is the father's name, which is used like a surname, and then there's the last name, but most students don't ever use ...