Ramada Qurum Beach
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... is the favourite sport. It has become our common bonding language. You would find some of the best accommodation in the world at Desert Nights Camp and Alila Hotel in Jabal Akhdhar and one of the best tour operator, Muscat Nature Tours. We left with our arms full of gifts. We admired Saif's scarves co-ordinated with his cap especially the blue one. Searching the souq in Muscat going back to where he bought his and not finding one he took his off ...
... on the outside with marble forecourts and carved stucco throughout. Inside was just as beautiful as the mosque. Our driver said he could never afford to go to the opera house, it was only for the rich. Ahmed took us through residential areas to the beach front. Not many waves but very sandy beaches, we would have loved to go for a swim. At about 38 degrees it was very hot and sticky. He took us to a strange restaurant which was made to look like the top ...
... reorders. There were performances, exhibitions and hands on experiences for the kids who seemed to love the drums as well. From there we went to the souk, which was reasonably busy with locals shopping as well as people from the ship. Susan got involved buying a couple of tops while Valerie bought a scarf...much negotiating. Everywhere there was welcome back bunting for the Sultan. Out past the gigantic modern parliament whose role appears ...
... stands out against all the white!) which is the ceremonial palace of the Sultan. He no longer lives here, but lives further up the coast. Next up, Al-Bustan Palace, apparently the sultan did once live here, but now has turned into the Ritz hotel. Apparently it was fine to wander in and take photos, ok, don't need telling twice! Wow, it was elaborate. A huge domed atrium, full of glittering gold and large chandeliers. People were rather dressed up in here, so I didn't stay long ...
... gate told us) and we had to drive back, stopping at small marina on the way to another place that Kasper suggested. The Golden Oryx, a Chinese restaurant. Daniela, the Portuguese girl invited us (Kasper for the couch and me for the driving) and we really enjoyed the food.
Since we had some time to waste we went to the next coffee shop on the Al Shati road (a sort of promenade where people just drive up ...