Le Royal Tower Hotel

Address: Fahed Al-Salem Street, Kuwait City, 15451, Kuwait | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Fahed Al-Salem Street, Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

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    ... country when Australian society is so obviously showing signs of failing to display moderation in its consumption of the drug generically known as alcohol? How embarrassing to see that I come from a culture where there is insufficient control and stigmatisation of drinking this drug - indeed where companies selling it are able to control politicians so that laws, ...

    The Genocide of Australian Aboriginals

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 17, 2014

    ... thrilling victory against the odds. It was a flop. Was it partly a flop because the world suspected something more like the story of 'Utopia' needed to be told? I am Australian. Like Pilger, I have been living outside of Australia. There comes a time when one has escaped enough from the mess of influence that is local marketing, media and culture and can begin to reflect on the place one has come from. This time has now come for me. The ...

    Trip to Destroyed Umm Al Aish Earth Station

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... 3 destroyed satellite dishes. This is the Umm Al Aish Earth Station, bombed by the Iraqis when they invaded in 1990. Kuwait had 4 of these at the time, allowing land to satellite communication. All were destroyed but six new ones have now been built. The actual dishes are no longer there (photos of these here) but the bases on which they sat remain, along with buildings related to the ...

    Freedom celebration turned disaster

    A travel blog entry by lexapplegate on Feb 14, 2013

    6 photos

    ... trying to control the mass of children while the other "supervisors" stand around and do who-knows-what.

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  • Camels Crossing

    A travel blog entry by emz99 on Jan 17, 2012

    So I'm a bit new to the idea of blogging
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    months ago for work and have been busy living in and exploring the
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