AlManar Hotel Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with a nice front and back garden. Melissa was waiting for us when we arrived but Chloe and Emily were not yet up so, as we hadn't slept much on the plane again, we got a few hours sleep before we all had an outing to 'Oscars' in Ajman (the not so local, but cheapest, place to buy alcohol).
So far, we have been out a few times to the old part of the city and along the creek as well as back to the Marina where Scott used to ...
... so,we were able to,wheel the bikes on. Fantastic.
Arrived at our station and with the assistance of a young fella with a bike, located the lift and up we went. The station is surrounded by bikes. Not as many as Amsterdam, but still heaps! Annette spoke to,a young bloke who was handing out leaflets and got directions to our accommodatin. It was raining lightly but that didn't hamper us as we were keen to get out of the rain and get to ...
... can be done with flowing funds... I had got to know Pete Forbes, an Australian expat Emirates A380 Captain, who has now been here for 24 years. He has been a great guide over the years as he has been here long enough to have seen the city develop, and an avid photographer who has documented it (and must do a book in retirement) but also to know that behind the 7 ...
... up the trunk of Palm Island and under the sea through a tunnel to the Crescent of the palm. Turned down the right side of Crescent, parked up and took photos of buildings and the Arabian Sea which they overlook.
Back through the tunnel and on to the Al Qasr Hotel and the golden horse statues, 24 carat gold.
We then drove on and parked up on the beach for a photo shoot of the Burj Al Arab Hotel.
A short stop at ...
At Guatemala we grabbed something to eat in the airport as we made our way to the airplane that would depart at 1:30 pm. We got in the plane, I was excited to see that it was my turn to sit right next to the window because on the previous plane Caren sat next to it. I was getting kind of use to the airplane, so I wasn’t as nervous as the first time. Caren and I began to talk about the history of Dubai, we knew the population distribution (term applied ...