Ramada Dammam Hotel And Suites

Address: Cornish Al Dammam - Gulf Road, Dammam, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cornish Al Dammam - Gulf Road, Dammam, is near Corniche.
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    Travel Blogs from Dammam

    The Search for the Lost Fountain of Dammam

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Feb 26, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jan 27, 2015

    ... It is a bit sad that I don't feel safer heading out downtown on my own but I really don't believe that it would be safe, I am still enjoying the little interactions that i have with some Saudi women. In general the ones that I work with have a naughty sense of humour, are generous with advice and love to share tips. I have finally found out after many failed attempts at making arabic coffee that they don't make their own blends like domestic goddesses at ...

    Bahrain-Cute Island! But the start of the end!

    A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 18, 2014

    22 photos

    ... while, as you begin to see that everyone looks like this, it becomes a non-issue. If it’s a novelty, it becomes a fright to people. If it’s ubiquitous, it becomes the norm. And therefore since “everyone” is “frightening”, nobody really is…..great cultural lesson for me.
    The flight was a breeze, I ate even more lamb, headed to immigration and paid my visa fee. It was $40 and they took USD. I swear, the guy in front of me paid $45 and I ...

    A long four months

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Oct 29, 2014

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    So in my last entry I was waiting for my registration from the Medical Council which took 16 weeks in total, I then waited 4 days for my Igama (residency visa) and another week for a multiple exit visa so that I could actually leave the country and get back in again. Now I am sitting in an airport lounge with a glass of pinot gregio reflecting on my first 4 months in Saudi Arabia.

    There have been a number of highs and lows over the last few months as I have adjusted ...

    Malls, Malls, Malls!

    A travel blog entry by kal-linda on Oct 02, 2013

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    So, it has been a week since we arrived and a lot of things are very foreign to us. Things such as having two taps in our sink, one for sea water and one for sweet water (don't drink the sea water!).. and getting use to abaya, and people staring all the time, etc.. the list goes on. But one thing to help us feel more at home are malls! We've been to Mall of Dhahran and Rashid Mall so far. They have some of the same ...