Habitat

Address: Madinah Road, Jeddah, 21456, Saudi Arabia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Madinah Road, Jeddah, is near Balad, Bicycle Square (Midan Addarajah), and Makkah Gate.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Jeddah

      Closure

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Jun 22, 2012

      4 comments

      ... and continued support. I’ll be seeing all of you very soon. I’d like to thank all the great people I met here and may our friendship perhaps fade but never fully disappear. And finally I’d like to thank a higher source of energy or power than I to have guided me and protected me along the way. It’s energy that can be found within all of us. By no means do I believe in a big man with a white beard sitting on a throne in ...

      Saudi Arabia

      A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Mar 02, 2012

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... Hochbetrieb. Die Männer vollziehen rituelle Waschungen an den Waschbecken. Ich komme kaum zur Tür hinein und rutsche dann fast auf den Pfützen aus. Als die Zeit zum Gebet kommt, verwandelt sich die Flughafenhalle für einige Minuten in eine Moschee. Der Großteil der Passagiere vollzieht Verbeugungen in Richtung Reiseziel. Gebete folgen. Wir fühlen uns doch etwas unwohl und suchen eine Ecke, in der wir nicht stören und in der sich niemand ...

      November--Jordan

      A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

      5 photos

      ... grooves in the road caused by the Roman chariots the travelled it. The two best Temple remains were those of Artemis and Hercules, which we explored fully, and sat and drank tea in the Temple of Artemis marvelling at the details and size of the columns. The following day we headed west towards the Jordan River where we stopped to tour the site of Jesus' baptism by John the Baptist. We had a private guide take us through the area, as he told us that ...

      Shogie

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Oct 04, 2011

      1 comment

      ... to walk in search of intelligent life. Soon become lost. Dehydrated. We come across a Bedouin Tribe. And approach dying of thirst. They look upon us with suspicion. Swords drawn. I speak the only Arabic I can.

      'Asalaam Alaakum.’ I pray to their god Allah that they accept my greeting. They do and respond in turn.

      ‘Waylakum Salaam.’

      I motion as though I’m drinking and say ‘muya.’ ...

      Into the Sea

      A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 08, 2011

      ... up with The LA Woman. She’s got a real sense of adventure. An admirable trait in anyone but perhaps even more so in a woman. I fumbled about on the boat while everyone was in the water waiting. BCD on but no weight belt. Fuddle Duddle. Drop the gear and start again from scratch. I felt like I should rush but stopped myself. Slow and chill is how you have to be when diving. No rushing the event. Take your time and be a professional. Finally suited up and checked once over by ...