Al Diar Regency Hotel
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... full range of facilities. We boarded our Air Berlin service at 8pm and settled into row one of Business class with a glass of bubbles each and a menu to peruse. Lovely meal and so comfortable after our experiences in economy. Very comfortable flight and arrived in Abu Dhabi at around midnight and after a long taxi we had a long walk to terminal 3 and the Etihad lounge which was one of three in total and just ...
... another lounge before a third check at the plane door. We got on quickly and fell asleep but the plane was delayed due to lost luggage and we didn't take off until 4 a.m. A nice non- eventful trip with eggs for breakfast just before we got to London. I like having a window seat when trying to ...
... ladies first'. Forget the sensible logic of queuing. They see a free PC, they get a free PC.
Abu Dhabi airport has an endless supply of jewellery stores - Jimmy Choo, Prada, Fendi, Gucci, many of history's fashion champions. This was not going to be a dull transit. Eight hours flew by (forgive the pun) very smoothly.
April 15, 2009
... time because there were hundreds of shoes left outside waiting for their owners to come back and signs on shop doors that read, “closed for prayer”. A few of us were looking at a map while the rest were entranced by the sights and smells when I noticed that two locals had come and stood next to us while their friends took pictures of them with the tourists. Embracing the moment, we offered to take a real picture with them, instead of one with us looking away. I found ...
We were in port from 9am to 7pm so after lunch we decided to head in to the port building. There was no harm in seeing how the land lies!! The first notice that caught my eye was a sign outlining expected taxi costs. The flagfall from the port is 3 dirham (50p) and 1.50 dirham for every km so a 3km ride to the corniche should cost 7 or 8 dirham. More importantly the message under the tariff confirmed that if the meter was not running there is no ...