Holiday Inn Riyadh - Al Qasr
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... Rick and Judy and Robyn one Saturday night. When you have a large party you can have a private room and when you have a private room the ladies can remove their abayas, both good reasons. The restaurant was very busy and filled with locals so we expected a traditional meal. I think we got it. Click on the pictures to read the story behind this unique dining experience. ...
... are so friendly with it and curious, asking our guide where we are from. We were taken to the obligatory handicraft market run by women and given fans, then later a lettuce in the veg market. I'm not sure what we could do with that! Finally we tried on various designs of black floor length frocks. You wouldn't think there could be such options. It was then a matter of getting the headscarf to stay on and not flop over or off. The shopping was followed by more ...
... scan, a pat down and a form filling exercise at the embassy, I had the approved documentation. So we are now off business class, nibbling on dates, sipping coffee/ juices prior to a 3 course meal with proper cutlery and china. No wine of course.. For the next week too so it's gonna be dry February for me. Despite travelling business class once before ( when my friends bum was too big for the seat.. Or rather the seat was ...
... entrance and try to follow women in, like they are family. In malls where single men are allowed, there are separate lines for men to pay or order food and they sit in separate areas in public. Men's line and Family lines. I have a hard time remembering that and have stood in the men's line on more than one occasion. 4. There are prayer rooms in the malls for women and men to go at prayer times. This necessitates washing the feet so you will often see ...
... to drive the baboon army back. Amazingly, the baboons view this as a submissive tribute gesture and antagonistic intensity is replaced with friendship! Good will now firmly established, our adventurers wave goodbye to their new friends and regroup at a nearby shady picnic spot to replenish themselves with the remaining lure bait and brag about their heroism.
A peaceful trip home and the show fades to ...