Radisson Blu Hotel, Riyadh

Al Mubarakiah Plaza, King Abdulaziz St, Riyadh, 11415, Saudi Arabia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Al Mubarakiah Plaza, King Abdulaziz St, Riyadh, is near Kingdom Centre Tower, Black Stone, National Museum, and Riyadh Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Riyadh

    From Camel Trails to Camel Souk to Socializing

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... It continues to surprise and disappoint us to see so much garbage left behind wherever we travel.

    Our second stop of the day was a camel souk, or market. This is an area where camel owners come to bring their camels in for sale. Anyone who needs a camel for a wedding or graduation or other celebration can come and choose their camel. The farmer will then decorate the camel and keep it until it is needed. Apparently black camels fetch more money than ...

    First Impressions - And We're Off!

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... This is a country with a labour force of immigrants. They come from poor countries all through the east and are happy to have jobs here. Even those with the most tedious chores will stop and smile and wish you a good day.
    4. Man- it's still hot even at night

    We are living on a compound in Riyadh in a two bedroom villa. We recently moved out of the larger three bedroom unit to this cozy unit overlooking the pool area. Quite ...

    Some food situations

    A travel blog entry by kingdomkate on Sep 04, 2014

    ... intense here. I always have to check the clock to make sure that I dismiss my class at reasonable times and will not get stuck inside somewhere like a grocery store.

    We just had another teacher come in today. We are quite the interesting group. I am the baby, as I am only 21. There are 4 other Americans--our amazing coordinator, another teacher who is working on her masters and was previously at ...

    Long days and night wanderings

    A travel blog entry by kingdomkate on Sep 02, 2014

    ... The second was a bit more difficult since the students were at a beginning level. Our department's lack of knowledge about some basics also makes the situation even harder. sigh.

    In general, I'm alright thus far with Saudi society. It's a pain taking taxis everywhere, but hey. I don't have to pay for a car, gas, or insurance. I also worry about my residence permit/iqama here. Apparently, people in the kingdom have ...

    Flexibility

    A travel blog entry by kingdomkate on Sep 01, 2014

    ... show off in school and get a bit made up. I was also surprised to see some ankles and arms--scandalous! Another norm is wearing shear shirts...I guess as long as they go to the elbow, it's ok. Strange rules.

    My students seem to like English. Everyone in my first class said that it was their favorite subject. The levels are varied as of now, so I ave some beginners with intermediate students. ...