Moevenpick Resort Al Nawras Jeddah

Address: Corniche Road , Jeddah, 21424, Saudi Arabia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Corniche Road , Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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    Travel Blogs from Jeddah

    Where has that been hiding?

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 16, 2014

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    On we go, our third day at sea, this is our longest at sea stretch on a cruise ship and we still have another one before we reach our next port in Jordan. Our cabin steward was telling us that the longest at sea voyage he has been on is 10 days, we don't think we fancy that. Anyway today we leave Yemen and Somalia behind and pass between Saudi Arabia and Sudan, we also crossed another time zone last night, so we are another hour closer to home :). The sea ...

    Day Dreaming of Nightmares

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 31, 2012

    ... really hoping to get back to making out with Melissa. But he would have none of it. I smiled to hide my concern and he spoke.

    "You aint got your skinhead friends to help you now."

    Now to paint a picture a few of my teammates and I shaved our heads and were out together that night. I shaved my head about a week before and was told I looked like a Hairy Krishna by my teammates. Not a skinhead. I shave my head now due to a hairline ...


    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 09, 2012

    It's 305. I’m outside the school chatting with a former student. Our talk is about the many houses he has around the world. Rizlan’s late. I got a plan to catch at 5pm. I have no idea how long it will take to go from the school to the airport. I call Rizlan. He had outsourced the ride to one of his underlings. The same underling that has forgotten to pick me up. Mr. J our school secretary offers to drive me to the airport. He’s good people. ...


    A travel blog entry by wriceman on Nov 06, 2011

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    ... seems to go by so quickly, I guess when your not always watching the clock, the time passes without really noticing it. I found that the more I became accustomed to my routine here, the more I began to miss home. I have had some pretty bad moments over the last few weeks, knowing that I missed the leaves changing colors, the first early morning frosts, the first snow fall. There are no real differences in seasons here, it gets cooler with each ...

    Battle Scars

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 15, 2011

    ... on itself in a fiery crunch. Thus known as the ‘big crunch.’ Levels of heat will become so high that life will not be possible. All matter will burn in un-measureable heat.

    Last school year I was riding the bus home from work and had my Ipod on shuffle. There’s a song by the musical group called Ministry that I discovered. The song Brick Windows by them has lyrics that go like this:

    Some people say the world’s on fire

    Some people say ...