Gulf Park

Address: Al Shatee Street, Dammam, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Al Shatee Street, Dammam.
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      Travel Blogs from Dammam

      New Orleans to Alabama

      A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 23, 2014

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      23.8.2014



      We left New Orleans. this morning and are on our way to Alabama to visit old yachting friends that we had not seen in more than 10 years. They live close to the Tennessee border and as the distance was more then 800 km we did it over two days and arrived at Richard and Mary's place just after lunch on Saturday. They have a lovely home on huge grounds amongst tall trees and green lawns. Richard ...

      A Beautiful Wedding

      A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Oct 05, 2013

      7 photos

      Saturday, Angela Livingston, Gini Steinberg and I enjoyed walking around downtown Selma and even crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. We met Kelly, Meredith and Kathy at a Mexican Restaurant downtown for lunch.
      The 6:00 PM wedding was at First Baptist Church and the reception afterwards was at Sturdivant Hall. ...

      Rehearsal Dinner

      A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Oct 04, 2013

      11 photos

      As I drove through Alabama, I saw hundreds of yard sales. The state much have declared it a state-wide yard sale day! Larry joked that this was how most Alabama residents paid for their children's wedding.
      Lots of friends from Charlotte attended the rehearsal dinner. The Friday night rehearsal dinner was lovely. It was held at an old warehouse that had been converted to an arts center. Food and fellowship was ...

      The Bridge

      A travel blog entry by traveljedi on Jul 25, 2013

      2 photos

      ... can take 4+hrs depending on how busy it is. Without wanting to point the finger of blame it's usually the Saudi side if there is any delay.

      As I mentioned the process is very straightforward and is as follows...

      1. King Fahd Causeway Toll
      2. Saudi Car Registration
      3. Saudi Passport
      4. Bahrain Passport
      5. Bahrain Customs
      6. Bahrain Immigration
      7. Bahrain Insurance

      Anyway, ...

      Selma, Yikes.

      A travel blog entry by emmylou1 on Mar 31, 2012

      7 comments, 12 photos

      There's a southern accent, where I come from
      The young'uns call it country, the yankees call it dumb
      I got my own way of talkin' but everything is done, with a southern accent