Mena Hotel Riyadh

Address: 26th Street Olaya District, Riyadh, 11424, Saudi Arabia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 26th Street Olaya District, Riyadh, is near Kingdom Centre Tower, Black Stone, National Museum, and Riyadh Zoo.
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      Travel Blogs from Riyadh

      Shop 'Til You Drop

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Dec 02, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      I have decided to devote an entire entry to shopping. Yes ladies, this one's for you. I have become quite an expert on shopping the last few months as I go at least three to four times every week. Being a lady of leisure, or a princess if you prefer, there isn't a ton of stuff to do every day. The bus goes in to a different mall or shopping area every day so it has become a way to get out of the house, meet friends for coffee and pick up anything needed for the ...

      Plateau of the Apes

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... to drive the baboon army back. Amazingly, the baboons view this as a submissive tribute gesture and antagonistic intensity is replaced with friendship! Good will now firmly established, our adventurers wave goodbye to their new friends and regroup at a nearby shady picnic spot to replenish themselves with the remaining lure bait and brag about their heroism.
      A peaceful trip home and the show fades to ...

      Off to the DQ and Not For Icecream

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... and Brian, a buddy from work, have made up their minds to walk the entire trail and map it out for the rest of the world to see. It was farther than they thought and they only have a third done for now.

      This area is open to the public but has few visitors. Women are not required to wear their abayas in the diplomatic quarter which is a treat. This used to be a popular spot for the Saudis to come and picnic but ...

      Getting Around in Saudi Arabia- No Fear!

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... your car is in you go. There is no hesitating because traffic is moving so fast. It has been said that the front half of your car is your responsibility and the back half is everyone elses.

      If you are in an accident you leave your car where it sits and call the insurance company who will send an interpreter out. Then chances are pretty good that you will be found at fault immediately because you have insurance. If you get any tickets they must be paid before ...

      From Camel Trails to Camel Souk to Socializing

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Hajj caravans as well as frankincense spice traders for centuries. This area reminds us very much of the landscape around Arizona. Robert's off-road driving was skilled enough that my eyes were only closed briefly.

      On our way through we saw sections of desert the have been claimed by the Bedouin families who are coming in closer to the city for the winter. You can see how they have gathered the sand into a fence-like border around the area which will be ...