Radisson Blu Hotel Al Qurm, Ras Al Khaimah

Address: Al Qurm Street, Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Al Qurm Street, Ras Al Khaimah, is near Golestan Palace, National Jewels Treasury, National Museum of Iran, and Ras Al Khaimah Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ras Al Khaimah

One Khatt of an Experience

A travel blog entry by chuck.vosotros on Jun 13, 2014

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... that you get out of the pool every after 15 minutes of dipping to avoid dehydration. Also, you have to carry water at room temperature at all times to replace the lost water from your body through sweating. Don't take cold water because this will deprive you from the healing properties of the hot spring.

In the picture, the ground of the pool contains rocks which is has been its natural base ever since and its depth is 6 feet and 8 inches.

Hiking Happiness

A travel blog entry by oneofthefools on Mar 01, 2013

7 photos

... at what would be a waterfall if there was enough water, so I had to rock climb down for a bit. I was very careful because I knew I was tired but I managed just fine. There was a single goat under the a tree near the goat paddock, but he didn't care much that we passed by, I'm not sure if it was the same goat as before.

Once again we were came up to the labyrinth of razor sharp rocks. My host had fallen behind a few hundred feet, but we both knew we just had ...

Day 5 - Clown Fishes on the Way Back to Khasab

A travel blog entry by oandb on Nov 03, 2011

30 photos

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When we were about to leave some children from the village came to our campsite and helped the girls to drag their kayak to the water. And then, they raced with us on their small wooden boat!

We left by ...

Dhayah Fort LF3

A travel blog entry by uaepro2 on May 23, 2011

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Dhayah oasis are occupied since at least 5000 years and the hill has been always a focus of the settlements. The present fort date back to the beginning of 19 Century. I went to this place and it was amazing when you see old things such as old fort.

Firstly, from what i sow and what I know, this fort wasn't built for long sieges because it’s too small also there is no storage of water but it was a defense against fast attacks of light armed raiders. It was part ...

Crossing the border and beyond

A travel blog entry by filfilfilfilksq on Sep 22, 2009

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... was short, but the road wound around the base of the mountains -- very scenic. We made mental notes of where we'd like to stop for a picnic lunch on the way back.

We hit the only two sightseeing spots mentioned in our guidebook (Dubai Off-Road Explorer) on the road to Khasab. The first was at Bukha, which has two old forts; one close to the water, which looked like it had been refurbished, ...

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