Al Diar Regency Hotel
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... br> What a great place this is. Everyone and everything is dripping with gold and wealth. Never seen so many Ferraris, Lambourginis and other high end sports cars. Oil has been their saviour over the years.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and the Sultan and Sheikhs live in a wonderful palace (see pics) No sign of any ...
I know - a 14 hour flight should be chicken feed compared to the 24 hours in one hit Sydney to UK- but we're becoming wimps. Even in business class we found little joy. Etihad had squashed extra seats in, cutting arm rest space and nowhere to put anything, skinny seats...microscopic loos. Hey ho, at least we could put our feet up and with no sleep, managed to watch 3 hours of
Sherlock that I hadn't seen before. It's a bit of ...
On arrival into Abu Dhabi we were informed that our connecting flight to Bangkok was delayed by 7 hours which mean't we would have to wait in the airport for a total of 10 hours. It would have been okay if we could have ventured out into Abu Dhabi but we had to stay within the airport. We were given food vouchers on arrival in which we could use at ...
... to the business lounge for a delicious breakfast and even a foot massage! What a treat to be able to stretch out and not have people climbing over me every hour or so. Unfortunately the same option was not available for the next leg as the flight was full - even first class. So I went for a wander around Abu Dhabi airport and found somewhere to sit and blog before the final ...
... Dhabi". The Emirates are like "States" in the U.S. or "Provinces" in China. There are seven Emirates in total--all united--all have slightly different laws and regulations. The Emirate "Sharjah" has a no alcohol served to anyone policy, which is why I might not be going there too often.
While Dubai has the tallest building in the world, the palm islands, the fancy malls and many other wonders; ...