Al Diar Regency Hotel
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Today was Abu Dhabi day – and we were all very excited to go and visit Etihad Airways. After a one hour drive from our hotel we drove into Etihad's parking lot and were met by Milica Andrejevic, who is Global Sales Program Officer at Etihad.
After a quick introduction from Milica we were sent to the airline crew training facilities for a tour. It was amazing and really interesting to experience and learn how all pilots and cabin crew are trained ...
... in the ballrooms and giant detailed tapestries on the walls. The private beaches looked pristine (although we had to view them from afar, as only hotel guests can access the beach).
The large staircase in the front of the hotel leads down to large fountains and perfectly manicured gardens, which feature lush green grass, flowers and trees (I can't imagine the amount of water required to keep the gardens and lawn looking so green considering this hotel ...
... see is wonders… But still he was a genuinely nice chap. With the copious amounts of in-flight entertainment I decided against sleep, thinking instead that i’d get some on arrival, and watched Fury, a few tv shows and played on the games (don’t bother with the games, they’re rubbish, you’re better off getting some sleep as I have now learnt after spending an hour trying to beat who wants to be a millionaire…) The flight went smoothly, ...
February came round again..the month of birthdays!! This year was a special one as my cousin Carla had her little baby girl Amelia too to add to the February clan!! :)
We spent some weekends at Saadiyat beach and at Al Raha hotel pool as we got a load of groupon vouchers to use the gym there!
The photos will speak for themselves really, but we did A LOT of ...
... the alarms!
Diana drove us to the Lebanese Flower for dinner. After reading the menu the TNT's decided to let Diana order! We made pita sandwiches with the following ingredients: chicken, beef, mutton, hummus, labneh, kabis, mtabbal, falafel, fattoush, tabbouleh. Carol was wild and crazy and ordered a mocktail with avocado, almonds, honey and icecream. The two princesses now need their beauty sleep to continue their adventure tomorrow. Hope you can join us!