Park Inn by Radisson Al Khobar

Address: King Faisal Bin Abdulaziz Road (Coastal Road) Al Rawabi District, Al Khobar, 31952, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on King Faisal Bin Abdulaziz Road (Coastal Road) Al Rawabi District, Al Khobar, is near Corniche.
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    Travel Blogs from Al Khobar

    One year anniversary

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jun 25, 2015

    ... along.

    Only a couple of months to go and I won't be sad to go home to Australia and get ready for another adventure, I have not found anything that resonates with me as a person over here. Even Qatar, Bahrain, Dubai they are not places that I will be dreaming about or trying to fit in a quick trip to like Vietnam.

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    Arab-ish

    A travel blog entry by kermitthefrog on Apr 17, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    Flying into Bahrain was not as cool as I was hoping. The clouds that morning were super dense, so you couldn't see much. We flew directly over Saudi Arabia, so I think the clouds were a ploy on behalf of the Saudi government to hide the country from my lesser eyes. Everything in Bahrain is beige. Just sand color everywhere you look. Sand colored houses, sand colored clothes, sand colored sand. Lots of sand. I couldn't have been happier to disembark from the plane ...

    The Search for the Lost Fountain of Dammam

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Feb 26, 2015

    21 photos

    ... address. We gave up. The next morning we tried a different approach and googled "worlds tallest fountain". It turns out this fountain is not in Dammam, it is in Jeddah, on the other coast. Never trust the internet. Now we need to go to Jeddah! The causeway to Bahrain starts in Dammam. It is 25km long and can take up to four hours to cross depending on traffic. We considered going across for a beer and a bacon sandwich but our car wasn't licenced for the trip. Just as ...

    Tonight marks the end of week 3 in Dhahran

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jul 19, 2014

    ... chicken noodle soup and yoghurt for dinner. Then I was a little bored because I should have been studying but instead was procrastinating.



    I opened the door to see what the world was doing and heard the evening prayer call, I find it a haunting kind of noise. Unmistakable and melodic, the hot dry air was blowing in the door and I was reminded that I am lucky to have this opportunity to experience something different to my normal life. ...

    Busy, Busy!

    A travel blog entry by triciab on Sep 22, 2012

    ... s pretty hard to prove that's the case, which makes it difficult to stop them from doing it again, but it also hurts their test and quiz scores. Still working out ways to solve that problem...

    Thursday night, Cynthia (the woman who hired me for the job....the one who works for the Crown Prince!) invited all the staff over to her place to hang out. Due to feeling like I was on my death bed, I opted out. But I'm told I ...