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Al Ql Rum Street Way 1622 , Muscat, 113, Oman | Hotel
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And so it begins....

A travel blog entry by floro


Floros travel got a bit of a telling off yesterday for waking them up to early so I'm sitting here very quietly in the dark smashing my way through a Huge packet of tasty treats we bought at the souq (covered market) yesterday , hope there's still some left when the precious things awake. Getting ready to leave was a bit of a nightmare ,preparing …

Off to Muscat

A travel blog entry by kcroone

This morning was for packing as I hadn't done that yet!  Terri took Anita and I to the airport to catch our flight to Muscat, Oman.  We got to the airport with plenty of time so we grabbed some lunch there and just relaxed-read, knit, and chatted till we got on the plane around 3:30pm. The flight was fine and Anita and I were able to sit next to …

A Whole New World

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... to the sultan's palace, an astounding complex that I've decided to live in someday. It also has two forts guarding the original, historic harbor where Indian Ocean traders once set anchor. (Mutrah and the Corniche are on the modern harbor.) We wandered around in the historic city of Muscat, then made our way back to the hotel.

We availed ourselves of the exciting amenities that a modern hotel has, like satellite TV (I watched a Gilmore Girls rerun!) and a gym ...

Muscat & Al Rustaq Loop

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... so I went for a drive into the villages & wadis on the coastal side of the range west of the city. Fabulous old forts, massive beautiful mountains but a very harsh place to eek out an existence..... It's been hot - 35 deg every day, dropping to 30 ish at night. Here air con in cars & bldgs is definitely a blessing. Allah Akbar.
Now for some real mountains as I head up into the ...

An Arabian Night

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld


... of change than Nat Geo? I didn't know this, but Alexander Graham Bell was the 2nd president of Nat Geo back in the 1800's. (Remember this trip is their 125th anniversary...) For his own commitment to embracing change, John keeps a memo on his desk written by Graham Bell to the editor of the magazine at the time. The memo suggests that they make the magazine less academic, use less dense text, put more pictures, more color, more bold titles etc - with ...

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This hotel, located on Al Ql Rum Street Way 1622 , Muscat, is near Wadi Shab, Bahla Fort, The Frankincense Trail, and Tanuf Ruins.
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