Al Wadi Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... rental car in Dubai two days prior, however found that the headlight did not work so we returned it to the company. They banged on the headlight and it came back on and they said that we were good to go. We said ok but we needed a signed agreement that they would pay any fine we incurred should it happen again. At this point they exchanged the car.
In car number two we set off towards Sohar, Oman some 3 hours away. Much to our dismay the motor of ...
... the way down on the next side our seatbelt kept us from falling into the front seat. It was all fun and games (and a bit scary) until our driver slowed down in a pocket of super soft sand between two dunes. After multiple attempts of his foot to the floor and turning his wheel, us passengers bailed to wander the dunes while our driver continued to try to get unstuck. After 15 minutes, a camel herder rode up on his camel to watch, along with another ...
... be about 200 dollars per person......and a reservation is required! Next time we will have to call ahead!?
As it was Valentine's Day we received red roses after lunch and we watched as staff prepared the Valentine 'Love Boat'.
Next stop, the Burj Khalifa the world's tallest building at 829 m. The CN Tower is 553 m but without offices and residential suites! At the Dubai Mall the TNT got to sit in huge big comfy chairs to watch the ice skaters in the ...
... border checkpoints as we kept crisscrossing over the border line. On arrival we had a quick reconnoiter and visited the local fish market, and a fruit and vegetable market. A quiet afternoon around the pool with the aim of lasting until after dinner and sorting out the jet ...
... times! It seems like Omanis don't see much need for maps therefore they are not updated as often as the roads are changing. If that wasn't enough, there are no visible street names, so any directions that we received from both guide books (lonely planet) and gas station attendants used landmarks that in a few cases had already been demolished. It's a miracle that we ...