Ramada Qurum Beach
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Muscat
... Opera house and Parliament buildings. Also of course the Royal Palace.
But definitely not as wealthy as their neighbor – the UAE.
Once again I resorted to a “big bus” tour. A two hour circuit of the city (it takes that long just to drive around the city without stopping and that’s not including the Grand Mosque that is 10km away from the ...
... had. As we walked along the coast and into the city it became quite obvious to me just how soulless the city itself was, there was just nothing about the place. Unfortunately we’d arrived on a Friday which is actually a holy day so I’m not sure if that had a detrimental effect of the feel of the city, as it was fairly empty, but even with the lack of locals I just didn’t see enough heritage of enough culture, it was actually how I unfortunately imagined ...
... Hotel, which later turned out to be probably one of the cheapest in Oman. I still wanted to meet up with Aziz but time was a bit short. We agreed to meet at another (the third) Costa along the Street of the 18th of November (sorry I didn't research the significance of this date in Oman history).
I didn't really get there on the direct way and also due to a lot of traffic on the road arrived quite late but we had a good time and I also met ...
... Mountains. Amazing view, both from our room and the infinity pool, down the mountain to townships far below. At night the lights of the towns down in the valley give the impression of being in a plane coming in for landing. No alcohol up here but we had brandy drinks in Richard's room before going to a buffet dinner. Wednesday, 14th May Mary Jo takes a turn at driving down the mountain after breakfast. Thru the Wadi up the mountain Jebel Akdhar (Green Mountain) on paved and ...
What a wonderful time we had with Michelle and Randy in Muscat, Oman. Our days were filled with museum visits, shopping in various souks (markets), dinners at a different ethnic resturant (Indian, Turkish, Omani and even British) most every night. When we didn't go out there was American style burgers and steaks. I even had ...