Amreen Hotel Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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... to hold on tight so it could get on. Once I got on the camel made funny sounds because I thinked I kicked it but who knows, we then went into the campsite where we did Henna painting ( it looks like a tattoo) then we had food!!!!!!! ( I liked that) it was all traditional and SPICY!!! then we watched an amazing dancer who spun around for 10 ,minutes and didn't stop so that was cool, after him a belly dancer came out and showed us how fit she was. Then we went into ...
... we arrived at the hotel where we have to stay. The kind of hotel where we stayed is actually overwhelming for the kind of trips we did and the time spent. Considering that we arrived very late in the evening and had to check out the next day at midday, it was too much to pay for even if we say that it was during Ramadan season and the rates are really low. The kind of trip that we made is actually good for a motel-kind-of-stay since we just needed a ...
... explored a bit. We went to the beach where they had a club. There were a number of pools and restaurants. The club was free to guests but others could pay to come. The we sat down in the hotel for a cup of coffee. The day before we booked a restaurant at the Emirates Palace called Le Vendome. You couldn't visit the hotel without a booking at the hotel or at a restaurant. It was the most expensive hotel in the world to build. It cost US$1.5 billion. Our booking was for ...
... 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 ...
A bit of a messy day today-spent a lot of time waiting for a bus to take us to the Singapore Flyer which is a massive big wheel which has glassed in rooms with tables and chairs where you sit and view Singapore from on high. it takes about half an hour to go right round and we were all set to do it but the weather was a bit dicey and when we were told ...