Al Hayat Hotel Apartments

Address: Al Qasimiya Street, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Al Qasimiya Street, Sharjah, is near Sharjah Aquarium, Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, and Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah).
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah

Old Dubai & the desert

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 27, 2014

41 photos

... as recommended by Sis – unfortunately they were unavailable for today, so we booked with Alpha Tours.





The experience involves being picked up, an hour’s drive out to the desert, 40 mins dune-bashing in 4x4s and a meal with optional camel riding, henna painting and shisha smoking. Alpha did have some negative reviews, mostly regarding silent taxi drivers, and we were hoping ours would ...

The long walk to nowhere

A travel blog entry by sleepydwarf on Sep 22, 2014

11 comments, 2 photos

... And palm trees.

There's also free wifi, only I must have been in the part of the airport it didn't work very well. It's one thing Brunei won. It had pretty good wifi. I'd told Juniordwarf I'd try to Skype him from Dubai between what would have been 6 am and 8 am Hobart time before he went to school, but the connection didn't work and we missed out. I think I managed to send him a text message.

Transit in Dubai ...

Dubai - 'mazing multicultural mega metropolis!

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Aug 11, 2014

5 comments, 35 photos

... of dredged sand and rock. It consists of a two kilometre palm trunk and a sixteen frond crown, all held in place in the Abrabian Sea by an eleven kilometre long crescent shaped breakwater.

The development, which began in 2001, has not reached its full potential due to the recent financial crisis, with several planned luxury hotels and canal-fronting housing still to being built on the site.
The ...

Landed in Dubai

A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jun 23, 2014

8 comments, 3 photos

... Airport for 6 long, long, long, long hours. I mean it's a really cool airport but I mean c'mon a 9 hour layover is crazy! The strangest part is a lot of the employees here don't speak fluent English! Watching my friend Cassidy trying to order a meal at McDonald's (which of course is in every airport) was very entertaining to the group. It seems so unnatural that English is not the primary language. To entertain ourselves we played banana grams and various ...

After the Maldives

A travel blog entry by kaygeoff on Apr 20, 2014

2 comments

... of music (old), a guy who sang, played sax, clarinet and flute and tap danced all very well and an Irish comedian. Tuesday saw us in Mumbai where we did a ships excursion which took us to a railway station to see Dalliwabbes who are guys who distribute lunches collected from office workers home to their offices each day. We then went five stops on a suburban electric train, Very interesting and at that time of the day not too crowded. Got out at Dhobighat where ...