Landmark Suites Hotel

Address: Al Thahliya Street Opposite Bi 50 Al Andulas Shehri Street, Jeddah, 21523, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Al Thahliya Street Opposite Bi 50 Al Andulas Shehri Street, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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Travel Blogs from Jeddah

Mohawk Warrior

A travel blog entry by morpheous on May 24, 2012

A unification of our species by violent force in the forms of bombs, enslavement and death will eventually rot from the inside out. Unification through love, compassion, tolerance and the willingness to help each other, will flourish without limit.

-Author Unknown

I got cabin fever. The walls around me strangle me. They are too high and the barb wire on them is too sharp. I want out. Not because I'm unhappy. ...

Saudi Arabia

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

3 comments, 1 photo

... wir unter uns die endlosen Weiten der Wüste, die den Großteil dieses Landes ausmachen. Die Sandebenen sind vegetationsfrei und sehen wie glatt gebügelt aus. Das Land wirkt sehr unwirtlich. Diese Einöde ist nur hin und wieder unterbrochen von kleinen, eingezäunten Ansiedlungen. Sie sehen verloren aus und lassen die Frage aufkommen, wie die Menschen hier leben und überleben…?

Als unsere Reiseroute über Saudi Arabien ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

5 photos

... some small way coming to life before my eyes. We then walked down to the actual river, escorted by a military officer, since Israel is just on the other side of the river. The river itself is not much more than 20 feet wide, but we did put our hands in the water, waved to Israel, and left for the Dead Sea, where we arrived just before sunset. We checked into our hotel and immediately set off down to the water, where we covered ourselves with the Dead Sea ...


A travel blog entry by morpheous on Oct 04, 2011

1 comment

... selection weeded it out over millions of years of evolution. The evolution due to the fact that telepathy is their natural form of communication and their bodily systems have become so efficient that there is no need for them to eat or drink.

I say ‘shokran’ to Shogie every day. I’m 37 this month and I still take the bus to school each day. Like I did when I was a kid. I am grateful Shogie skilfully navigates ...

Into the Sea

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 08, 2011

... the wreck lay smashed on the coral. It was pretty cool. Back on the boat I recorded the dive in my dive book. I had a nice chat with Ali about the fresh water dive I did this summer with the boys back in Canada.

I snorkeled a reef with The LA Woman and a few other friends. It felt good to be in the water without the weight of the gear. I love free diving down to the Sea floor. It’s always neat to go down 10 meters and then swim back to the surface. I got around the ...