Le Royal Tower Hotel

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

    Deaths Due to Alcohol Driven Violence in Australia

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 17, 2014

    ... new year? For ****'s sake?

    In Kuwait, alcohol is banned. Another thing we Australians do routinely is consider ourselves as having a better, more fun culture than theirs. Would Kuwaitis disagree? I should ask them. What I can say though is I'm glad I've stopped drinking every weekend since coming here. If I were to make it, I believe this would increase the validity ...

    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

    40 photos

    ... 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.

  • Everyone is having a ball, the kids even got me on the slide once :)
  • But now, there are too many children on the most popular slide. The slide starts to "deflate"
  • As I'm photographing my kids, I watch in horror as about 20 of them at the top of the slide (about 25 feet up) start to simply disappear as they fall through a ...

  • Camels Crossing

    A travel blog entry by emz99 on Jan 17, 2012

    ... seen camels crossing the road or visited an arabic
    police station (when some not so clever lorry driver hit my car
    ). All I can say is it has encouraged me to drive in any country I
    might travel to, honestly if you can learn to drive here, I'm pretty
    sure anywhere else in the world would be a breeze.Right off to fill up the car with 12p a litre petrol.....some of the benefits ...