Al Rayan Hotel

Address: Abu Baker Al Siddique Street, Ajman, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Abu Baker Al Siddique Street, Ajman, is near Sharjah Science Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ajman

Our Second Home

A travel blog entry by ourcrazylife on Oct 10, 2014

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... test runs around the apartment and its fab!
Even I can fly it ��.

We hit the beach and as always Dubai never fails! The beach
was super soft sand, hot hot hot, and the water was to die for! This was the
only sea I actually loved, and when u walked into the water it felt like a
really warm bath. With the water being so clear that u could see the smallest shell
in front of you. Lying down looking out to ...

Off to London

A travel blog entry by heatherholme on Sep 29, 2014

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Wow has been a very busy time hard to believe we were only here for 24 hours. Very hot over 40 degrees so ended up doing the museum and then the mall as that was air conditioned. The tallest building very impressive. But need to book so we didn't go up . This place absolutely busy as with tourists. Our safari was great 49 4 wheel drives each carrying 4/6passengers. It was a quiet night they usually have up to 80 cars. And that is 7 days a week. After ...

Saturday day 4 in Dubai

A travel blog entry by josharman on Sep 13, 2014

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... more planned to be built everywhere. Abu Dhabi has the giant Mosque, Ferrari world and a few more developments happening on their man made islands. It is a real competition between the Sheiks who comes up with what first. We had a lovely time chatting on the trip down as it takes 1 1/2 hrs drive at 120km/hr for 160 kms, the state speed limit. 5-6 lane highways dead straight and smooth. So very different to Africa. After leaving the Dubai area it's ...

Friday day 3 in Dubai

A travel blog entry by josharman on Sep 12, 2014

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... coming to a Bedouin village that was very touristy in set up but still a nice attempt to show what it may have been like in some aspects of their life. Camel rides but we didn't do those again after doing then in Alice Springs in Australia. There was a tent you could go and dress up in historical clothing and have photos taken, smoking area of their traditional water pipe and Bryan had a go of this. I went and tried out the Henna tent and had 2 Tatts (henna) done. 1 ...

Day 3 - Dubai Old City Tour

A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Sep 05, 2014

Dubai is most definitely a city of contrasts and following a day spent looking at its modern side, today we paid 300 dirhams (£48) for a 48 hour hop on, hop off Big Bus Ticket. Our plan was to spend today on the City Tour (Red Route) which takes you through Bur Dubai and Deira. After a bit of early confusion over the first bus stop we got started on an intense day of sight seeing, I don't think we could have been more touristy. The tour has ...

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