Ramee Guestline

Al Ql Rum Street Way 1622 , Muscat, 113, Oman | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Muscat

And so it begins....

A travel blog entry by floro on Dec 27, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

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 …

O Man It's Hot!

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw


... the Corniche area in Muttrah. A walk along the coastline was a very pleasant relief from the baking heat which had peaked at 43 degrees Celsius. A quick wonder around old Muttrah Souq, a few trinkets and postcards purchased, and I headed back to the hotel for air conditioning, food, and a welcome drink.

With temperatures forecast to hit 48 degrees today, I have decided to stay at the hotel until it is time to head to the airport and catch my flight to ...

A Whole New World

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... to explore Mutrah and Old Muscat. Our hotel was in Mutrah, so we walked around there first, ending up at the Mutrah Souq, a very big covered marketplace selling daggers and swords, incense, jewelry, silver teapots, gem-encrusted figurines and pashminas galore. The souq was really cool, and even Dennis enjoyed wandering aimlessly through it, trying on traditional hats and chatting with the shopkeepers that shouted greetings as we passed. Dennis even got his haggle on.

Pure luxury!

A travel blog entry by lbc


... 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 ...

Muscat, the capital of Oman

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


After spending our last day at sea we are visiting the capital and largest city of Oman, Muscat, a city of about 800,000 people.

A funny story I forgot to mention in the last posting was told to us by our guide, Ali. He told us a little of how courtship occurs in Oman. In the past the women would get together and decide which daughter should meet which son. Once agreed the mother of the son suggested that her son go and meet the young lady at her home. The ...

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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 The Frankincense Trail.
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