Jeddah Trident Hotel

Address: Mina Street, Jeddah, 21494, Saudi Arabia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Mina Street, Jeddah, is near King's Fountain, Biet Nassif, and Gabel Street Souq.
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        Travel Blogs from Jeddah

        Jeddah Night

        A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on May 08, 2015

        58 photos

        ... world. It was built in the 1980's by King Fahd. It sits in the Red Sea and salt water is pumped over a thousand feet into the air (this is higher than the Eiffel Tower) at 233 miles per hour by three massive pumps. It is illuminated by 500 spotlights. Quite the sight and worth the trip.  Jeddah is home to the "World's Tallest Flagpole", also in the Guinness records. It was raised in 2014 on Saudi National Day. It stands 170 meters tall. The flag flying from ...

        Things I Think

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Apr 16, 2012

        ... Bali: Weekdays (Surf-work-surf-write/read-sleep). Weekends (surf-sleep-run-sleep with perhaps the odd party mixed in)

        On Saudi: "You made it kid. I'm happy for you!" Says my guardian angel.

        On Love: There are enough women in this world that no two men should ever have to quibble over the heart of any particular one.

        On Magic: Ask for it. Look for clues on how to get it. Dream often. Visualize it. Write it down. Work for it. Achieve it. ...

        Saudi Arabia

        A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Mar 02, 2012

        3 comments, 1 photo

        ... completely changes our life.)

        If we open a newspaper nowadays and read the international news it no longer feels far away and impersonal. The places we have visited and the people we have met continue to live in us. They have become part of us. Borderlines between us and “others" are blurring in our perception. In this way we are able to more partake in the happiness and suffering with beings on the other side of the world. ...

        Hurry up and wait... and wait

        A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 09, 2011

        6 photos

        ... know: I could have a couple beers. That always affords me the super human power of not only being really good looking, but also acquiring the ability to fall asleep anywhere. Oh wait, no alcohol here. Five hours and forty-five minutes left...

        Saudi Arabia to South Africa: 7.25 hour flight.

        I endure another smile-less flight. Thankfully there are plenty of movies available for my viewing pleasure in the headrest of the seat in front of me. I ...

        Self Sufficiency

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 22, 2011

        ... will decide to not have children (with of course the knowledge and security of the lifelong potency that comes with being a male...assuming I’m not shooting blanks). At 36 I may be relying on my sisters and their partners to pass on my genes. Relying on them for the driving force of our existence here on Earth. That being to ensure our genes are passed forward in time. I think about being that well off uncle able to contribute to my nieces and nephews college ...