Al Manzel Hotel Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... originally from Germany. But she has been living in Saudi Arabia and the UAE for much of her life.
She was an excellent guide. And it was refreshing to have someone explain the Middle East to us from a European perspective.
As we drove through the sandy desert, she pointed to the trees lining the road.
They weren’t planted to liven up the otherwise dreary landscape that extends from here clear into ...
... we waited, yes we're told and then NO we are told because of Ramadan. She asked if we would like to have A aka Carte in the Ramadam tent and Bernard could smoke the Shoah, he was up for it until they said NO ALCOHO. We are not a pair of lushes but like a drink with our meal. So this lovely girl said the Asian restaurant served alcohol - yee ...
I don't get it, gold laden 7 star hotels, with a lobby full of tourists taking selfies with lavish gold infused backdrops.... maybe I was missing something, but it wasn't my scene. Until I saw that the coffee shop had chocolate Camels, and given my childhood love for freddos, I thought perhaps they did get the joke after all - so a piccolo and a camel it was.... which ...
... between diverse nations and cultures, that Emiratis consider themselves among the happiest people on earth, that single mothers are not allowed to move there -- these and so other many contradictions make your head spin.
Imagine us, sitting on the banks of the Arabian Gulf at a nice café. There is no alcohol on the menu. There are British women dressed in tank tops and mini-skirts. There are Emirati women dressed in head-to-toe black, eyes closing dreamily as ...
... for women. One must wear either pants or a skirt that comes to the ankle, long sleeves and wear a scarf over their hair, I did wear jeans and I did take a cardi with me however Mark decided that as you could still see I had boobs, I had the wear the hijab or I could not visit and as much as I despise what this garment represents I begrudgingly obliged, as they say, when in Abu Dhabi. This Mosque is truly magnificent, I have never seen anything so huge. It ...