Park Inn by Radisson Muscat
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... So I finally managed to watch the ego movie, which literally made me "lol", luckily I think most other passengers were also enjoying the in flight movies so probably didn't notice.... Thou then I decided to watch anchorman2, at around midnight UK time, so my laughter may not have been so disguised during sleepy time! I arrived in Oman around 4.15am UK time, 7.15am their time and ...
... more recently, I was looking for a silver anklet. Whenever I tried to find one in India I was taken to very expensive shops that didn't sell what I was looking for, so I decided to try my luck in the jewellery quarter of the souk. This was a very busy area, although my photo doesn't do it justice but mainly that is because everyone was inside the shops looking, examining, bargaining and gesticulating it was quite a sight to see. We window shopped a lot as most of the ...
... the grand prayer hall to roam around at our own leisure.
The mosque is named after Sultan Qaboos and is relatively new, being built between 1995 and 2001. I learned that although the mosque can accommodate 20,000 worshipers in total, the main prayer hall only holds 6,500. The mosque features a 90 meter tall main minaret flanked by four 45 ½ meter minarets. 5 minarets in all representing the 5 pillars of Islam.
A flimsy runner flanked by ropes either side, ...
... we headed out to the skybar where The Hangover Part ll was filmed, four 600 odd baht cocktails later we were literally on top of the world. Bypassing the trauma where I had my flip flops on and the woman told me to go buy some sandals or shoes from a shop opposite. I had put my vans in my bag incase such thing occurred and I couldn't understand the mentality, in my vans which were in such bad shape you could see my actual heel through a ...
... less technology, less modern, less progressive, more dust and camels... Besides the bizarre shaped letters of the Arabic language on advertisement signs and the sporadic Islamic temples, I would think I was in Germany or another modern European country...
I'll check in tomorrow. We're off to Katmandu, Nepal!!!! Again, I have no idea what to expect. I just hope there's more caviar on the way!!!
Love to all,