Mercure Grand Hotel Seef

PO Box 18084, Manama, Bahrain | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on PO Box 18084, Manama, is near Bahrain National Museum, Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park, and Beit Al Qur'an.
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    Travel Blogs from Manama

    I'm a baking star

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... and if they don't happen well at least I have a home in Australia...... I just don't have a passport with an exit visa in it to get there........(sigh) "Insha"Allah."

    So this week I have focused on baking, I can never make bread in Australia, I just don't have the few hours free in the house to actually go through the rise, knock down, rise and bake cycle and the sour dough rye in the deli at the end of the street is chewy, yummy perfection so ...

    Week Four Dhahran

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jul 31, 2014

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    So week four in Saudi Arabia AKA the sand pit.

    This week I decided to try and find Saudi 'Jenny Craig' and with a little help from some locals I found the local weight loss meal plan company. The motto is 'nothing tastes as good as skinny feels'........... an oldie but a goodie, the first email was entitled '10 healthy eating hobbits'....... I am hoping the food is better then the health messages.

    Ramadam finished this week and I am hoping that ...

    Tonight marks the end of week 3 in Dhahran

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jul 19, 2014

    ... of Ramadam with Eid (the celebration at the end of Ramadam) starting on the 28th of July. I have decided to try and learn a little bit about Ramadam and Eid and Wikipedia has been a fountain of information, it is an interesting religion, I am also trying to learn numbers (so I can read price tags) and how to say hello this week (I haven't quite got the hang of this yet). The marquees are starting to be erected for the celebration days and I am looking ...

    Hi, Camel

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Mar 10, 2014

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    ... farm. Despite having pretty vague directions, we found it (first/last exit before the causeway, go north, it's on the left - you can't miss it). The kids listened impeccably well (miracle!), kept to the sidewalk, and no one got spit on. The camels were mellow and we were the only ones there. C ran through the compound looking up curiously and exclaiming "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!"

    It had started to get hot, so we ...

    What a week!

    A travel blog entry by triciab on Sep 08, 2012

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    ... used to stay when he visited Bahrain (if he wasn't with the royal family).

    For the past 10 years or so, Bahrain has been reclaiming land from the gulf by sucking up the sand and turing it into more island. You can tell all over the city where the reclaimed land is because there are seashells in the sand (because it was once covered by water). My apartment building is actually on reclaimed ...