Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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If I had led the expedition that first discovered Oman a thousand years ago and one of my crew told me he had found the perfect spot to establish a capital, I would have fired him . . . from a cannon! Muscat is unceremoniously wedged within a thin, fifty kilometre stretch of coastline between the Gulf of Oman on one side and arid, seemingly …
You have to have a sense of humour when travelling OS, and consider the 'other people' who are behind the scenes - this morning we sailed into Muscat in the Gulf of Oman ( which is the capital of Oman?) and a very nice harbour surrounded by sand & rocky cliffs on all sides, at 1pm we boarded a bus tour for the sights over 4 hours, which could have been run by Basil Falty.....
The first ...
... just had a carpet specially made but need someone to fit it for us. Yes, it’s probably at least a 2 man job!! I would be grateful if you could fit it between 8:30 and 11:00 but Friday is usually not a good day!!!’
I spied on a local indigenous type using his mobile phone inside the great prayer hall. What could be so important that he couldn’t wait until he got outside!!
Our next stop took us the 75 mile journey outside Muscat to the ...
... most women wear really high heels. The ahbiyas are quite long! The shoes here are pretty amazing. Not like at home! The women for the most part are pretty laid back and everyone is really friendly. Emma has been a huge hit with both men and women wanting to touch her and talk to her. Daisie has also made an impression. People like to ask her questions and talk with her too. We had a nice lunch ...
... for your drinks and not only a mattress but a mattress cover for the sun bed. A swim in the water followed by some chillax time. a few clouds and no book mean we head into the city on the shuttle bus to the Muttrah souk. Its the usual hounding but a friendly smile and they leave you alone! Its a whole different league to Nepal cost wise! Its an interesting walk but don’t buy a lot. Wander the surrounding areas and along the port where there are some ...