Al Ain Palace Hotel
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Abu Dhabi is the capital of the seven states of the UAE and it is the richest.. Built on oil before Dubai, Abu Dhabi is a quiet, classier, cosmopolitan, neighbour. Surrounded by parks and public white sandy beaches. We toured the city and explored the marvelous, three billion dollar, 7 star Emirates Palace Hotel owned by the Royal Family and it does feel like a ...
... The archaeological site will introduce you to the remains of Bronze Age settlement (2,500-2,000 BC). These remains were excavated and preserved in 1995. Some remains are believed to be more than 4000 years old.
You can set sights upon other archaeological structures around the park as well. And the gardens are blooming with plants and fountains. And be guaranteed that your child won’t have a slightest moment of boredom with the small children's play area in the ...
... in a hotel pool yet), a bit of a,sun bathe (you have to do this early otherwise it becomes a sun"burn to a crisp") and then a relax in the hotel lounge using up their WiFi and drinking Arabic coffee, with dates. Alita did feel the need mid morning to go for a walk, so off we trotted to the local mall (Marina Mall) about 2kms away. Not a tough walk, even though it was touching 40 deg already. To get there we had to walk along the Palace fence line. I have included a picture ...
Abu Dhabi airport 6am and we arrive to a sultry 32 degrees. It's been a LONG 14 hour trip from Brisbane but was made a lot better by travelling on a Dreamliner. Haven't been on one before but they are the quietest and smoothest plane we've ever been on.....and with the biggest seat back screens I've seen. Not as big as a A380 but much smoother. Etihad is also very professional and customer focused. Not looking forward ...
... than in Heritage Village, where modern sky scrapers surround re-creations of clay and palm-tree constructed huts that once dotted the Arabian Gulf coastline of the UAE just over 50 years ago.
Heritage Village is a replica of a typical coastal village settlement in the UAE more than 50 years ago, which includes: domestic structures, fenced areas for animals (including chickens and camels), a mosque and a small souk. Camels were the prized possession of the ...