Howard Johnson

Sarooj Street, Muscat, Oman | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Muscat

A car ride through old Muscat

A travel blog entry by dskerik


... the adventure side of things, Dave and Daisie took the car out to go get groceries. A couple hours later, and several texts between the four of us adults, they finally got home. David was pretty stressed and Daisie was well rested ( she fell asleep in the car and was not worried about living in the mountains)! Driving here is kinda nutty. Lots of roundabouts and butting in front of everyone else! Needless to say we are all tired and ready for bed. Till tomorrow, Mama ...

Oman: Wonderful Visit with Michelle and Randy

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


What a wonderful time we had with Michelle and Randy in Muscat, Oman. Our days were filled with museum visits, shopping in various souks (markets), dinners at a different ethnic resturant (Indian, Turkish, Omani and even British) most every night. When we didn't go out there was American style burgers and steaks. I even had ...

Pure luxury!

A travel blog entry by lbc


... after the minority plane ride the doors opened from customs to reveal a further line of men – it felt like being on a dating show!! Our trusty board no where to be seen but a desk for the hotel we are staying at which soon reveals a sign for Dr Cox!! In no time at all we are whisked off onto the smooth roads without any horns, speed limits that are adhered to as well and general etiquette which means you can sink into the luxury leather seats ...

The final chapter in The Battle of India

A travel blog entry by maggie360


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The process then unfolded as follows:

1) Air traffic control. We would have to do this process in the reverse order of Patna, where we did immigration & customs first, and then the control tower business second. We drove a good 5-7 minutes to the tower complex. Given the size of the airport and with this being an area control zone, we actually took care of things in a neighboring building as opposed to the tower itself ...


A travel blog entry by libbycav


... It was 38 according to my weather app, which also said -" feels like 51" ! It was so hot we decided to return to our air conditioned car and drive back to the resort where we had lunch and swam in all 3 of the pools - the long pool is the most comfortable for lying around - more shade, but the smaller serai pool has cooled water. In the evening we drove to The Corniche, had a stroll, but it was still incredibly hot, so had dinner in an Indian restaurant


This hotel, located on Sarooj Street, Muscat, is near Bait Al-Zubair, Corniche, Bahla Fort, and Al-Riyam Park.
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