Safir International Hotel

Address: Arabian Gulf Street, Safat, Kuwait City, 13060, Kuwait | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Arabian Gulf Street, Safat, Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

    A spot of spice shopping in the souk...

    A travel blog entry by jolawrence1 on May 31, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... alcohol free country as the last thing you would want would be to be dehydrated any more... Anyway after a quick car journey, in a thankfully air conditioned car, it was time to explore the winding alleyways of the old souk. Here you could literally buy anything from make up to Persian rugs, pashminas to prado (not prada) handbags. Then of course there is the extensive food section, with stall after stall of spices, figs, fruit and other exotic ...

    Camel and Bike Race, Gun Range, Nth Face Challenge

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 25, 2014

    15 photos

    ... myself being pounded by sand before.

    Anyhow, needless to say it was damned tough mostly because I put no training in whatsoever apart from weekly rides. I ended up going along with a couple of BIKE members who were similarly slow but steady and we kept each other going with encouraging shouts and taunts. Four laps of the circuit running meant 4 ascents of the Ridge. This is about 600m and is a good 50m vertically. So ...

    Over the Persian Gulf to a flat void

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... a sight with the skyscrapers on both sides and seeing the man made palm-shaped reclaimed lands. It was too hazy though to make out too much. The Persian Gulf had lots of activity both on the water and in the air. Still, fortunately, it was a relatively uneventful flight. Flying in to Kuwait was also lackluster. The controller had his hands full and wanted us to keep up speed, which was fun. But the countryside was flat, brown, and boring. As expected, there were oil fields ...

    Reflections on Aid/Development Organisations

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Sep 28, 2013

    ... set up and run by locals. (Beware though, they've recently gotten into bed with AusAID (Australia's foreing aid body)). It's a wonderful thing to do from my perspective as it allows the process of aid to be guided by local expertise and awareness of need. It also first and foremost supports and acknowledges the human agency of the people one is supporting. It makes the support(ing organisation) secondary ...

    Kuwait Writers Club

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on May 18, 2013

    ... I realised this could be the crazy tough wolf hunting/killing/running with wolves initiation-type-survival-experience-tha t-our-pathetic-weak-modern-man-children -don't-get-in-this-day-and-age. And I made it like that by not bringing a thermal blanket and not wearing the correct socks. Because that's what it was like for those young vulnerable Spartan boys fending off wolves for a month during their initiation back Before Christ. They didnt have the right ...