Country Club Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the best time to visit. As the sun went down over the white domes and the prayer music started I was in awe. - National Day celebrations at Masdar City: the city was abuz with preparations for National Day on the 2nd November. Sadly I was leaving on the 1st so would miss the event. Luckily for me there was lots of pre festive cheer and a mini festival at Masdar City. Masdar City is a new development focused on innovation and development - it's a large building with ...
... and a sega orientated theme park..... All inside of a shopping mall. Outrageous scenes jeff. Anyway, long day. Falling asleep on the Subway, couldn't have been happier to have a shower at the airport before my flight at 3am in the morning. No longer in Dubai, well and truly a resident in struggle city now. On the plane eventually, next stop. Lesley Chow's place, ...
... in the wrong place-: that will teach us to do better research before we go out. We ended up at the Emerati mall where the skiing happens - all quite bizarre when it is 42degrees outside. This evening we had a dinner cruise on the Dubai creek - seems like this is the thing to do as boats were going up & down the creek all evening. By the time we got home I was exhausted. Geoff did remind me it was 4.00 in the morning at home so I guess we did well to last that long. ...
... some of the day time sectors, but all lit up. Overall, a very busy day, but most interesting. There is so much more to do here, and we regretted only having 1 & a bit days to see it all. There's plenty of adventure activities to do such as sky diving, 4WD desert rambling, diving, boating etc. You can even go snow skiing in the world's largest indoor ski slope. Weird, considering it was close to 40 degrees. Next stop, ...
... nearby, which are two hours from Muscat and in amongst some of Oman's highest mountains.
Nizwa has a beautifully restored 17th century fort where we climbed to the battlements for a superb view of the town nestled amongst date plantations, with the Hajar Mountains in the background. The souq was very modern and had lost its character, but had a great array of locally made pottery. Further into the mountains ...