AlManar Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the ground in Newark. I would have kissed the ground, but then remembered what it’s like to be hospitalized for infection, and waited for my dad and brother to get me. Trip done. Mark toast.
In all, it was clearly productive for business, albeit Kuwait was DOA. And I met some fascinating people (as I always do when I go out into the world, because people are just plain cool!) The Middle East was not what I expected in terms of “character” of each of ...
... back where we had been today but with amazing lights everywhere. The tour culminated with a lazar light show in the Wafi Mall. This Mall is built like the pyramids with statues of Pharoahs all around. Fabulous building with incredible stained glass domes. So many shops in these Malls, it is mind blowing. Home about 10.15, exhausted but an absolutely fantastic day had by all even in the "draining heat". ...
... super and we took only short photo stops outside now and then. The shopping centres are crazy big and the shops are too. We went up in the elevator and stayed up there till sunset (after which they treated us to a snack of dates, shot of coffee and drink of water - I didn't know that was going to happen but there had to be ...
... and we both believe it was the best touristy thing we've ever done! It was really well run and had a great time.
Firstly they picked us up from our hotel and drove about 45mins out of town to a Falcon sanctuary...where they do the usual tourist photos etc. It was quite cool to see the falcon, of course we've never seen one before. Afterwards they then take us through the Desert national park (by this time the mercury cranked up to 43 degrees) ...