Al Diar Regency Hotel
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... all over the world, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is open to non-muslims. There are some rules that must be strictly obeyed though!
-Ladies have to wear an abaya (black robe and headress)
-Men who are wearing shorts above the knee, sleeveless shirts and/or have visible tattoos must wear a kandura.
-Slippers and shoes are not allowed inside
P.S. My bag arrived and I have my clothes...otherwise I was leaving with my Kandura!
We did a city tour this morning - a visit to the Grand Mosque (an amazing place), Emirates Palace hotel, a museum, the fruit vegetable & date market. We also drove around and looked at some of the amazing architecture in this city (mostly modern with a lot of construction still happening) It is a real example of what oil money can do. A ...
... of the grounds and a wonderful dinner.
The next morning we sat on the terrace enjoying our coffee and the beautiful sunrise. Following our morning coffee, we moved down to the restaurant. One could order from the menu or choose to go to the massive breakfast buffet. We opted for the buffet. We had a wonderfully relaxing breakfast, sitting on the patio of the restaurant.
After breakfast, the swimming pool ...
... the teachers said they will miss him. He’s already been accepted to HSU, which was great because they got a record 12,000 freshman applications for only 2,000 spots. And they didn’t ask if he knew anyone so it was all on his own merit! He just signed up to take an online college course at Redwood Community College so he can get out of school early and get a job next semester. We haven’t heard from the other universities yet.
The other kid did not fare ...
... is still under construction and wow, nothing is built small in Abu Dhabi. We then carried on to yet another shopping mall for lunch then headed to Ferrari World just for a look not to play. These drivers over here are a little crazy, on the way back home we came across 5 accidents within a 5km stretch of road, from a single car to the biggest being a 6 car pile up. I don't think people know how to use indicators and even though there is a speed limit, I am sure ...