Huda Kareem Hotel

Address: Misfallah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Misfallah, Mecca, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Mecca

      ( MECCA, SAUDI ARABIA; FEB 14, 730 )

      A travel blog entry by ashmoney on Feb 14, 2015

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      ... flocking the area. Seeing the items, there seems to be a lot of spices being traded upon camels, as most of the other cities were. I've never actually seen this many camels in my life, I'm so glad we have cars in this day and age. Or even bikes, for that matter. Through Ali, I learned that he's protected by a Bedouin and Byzantium trade pact, which amazed me. It seems to be dense here due to ...

      The Birthplace of a Prophet

      A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 06, 2015

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      The height of one of final destination has been met. We are here, in the holy city. Holy Moly. Right when we walked in the city we knew this place was sacred and holy. Islam was evident nearly everywhere. Muslims took faith to a whole new meaning I was amazed by how dedicated the were to their prayers and Quran, Bible equivalence of holy book. For Muhammad, God's prophet, was born here and everyone ...

      June 6, 1360 - Mecca

      A travel blog entry by catthi on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... thousands of Muslims annually. Consequently, as a merchant, there must be some benefits for Ibn Jafar and Ahmed. Since Muslims from all over the world visit Mecca, it is very cosmopolitan city with people of various cultures coming in almost every day as well as their “exotic commodities” as Ibn Jafar would say. I feel that if Mecca were not such a holy city, I believe that it would not really attract that much attention to merchants like Ibn ...

      The great ride to the holy cities and back.

      A travel blog entry by hajjabdullah on Jun 10, 2008

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      ... as it was a problem. Saudi Arabic is in the process of modernization, but not so much as the streets are choked with cars and smog like cities in Asia or the subcontinent. On our final day, it dawned on us that we were soon to leave the Kingdom, perhaps never to return, as Hajj/Umrah visas are strictly controlled by the government. A great feeling of sadness swept over me as the airport came into view, and I knew that I would shortly be boarding a plane back to Amman.


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      My Top 5 Best and Worst Moments

      A travel blog entry by sarahgracekhan on Dec 13, 1970

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    • Getting my goods stolen by bandits in Hormuz
    • Kicking two of my crew members off the ship due to the bubonic plague