City Seasons Al Hamra Hotel Abu Dhabi
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Fri Feb 28 We arrived in Abu Dhabi around 7pm, the immigration and customs process was quite straight forward and before we knew it we were looking at how we would get from the airport to the hotel in downtown Abu Dhabi. The first sign we were in a wealthy country came when John withdrew 500 UAE Dirham (around US$140) and received a single 500 AED …
... outdoor café on the Abu Dhabi canal at Al Bandar for brunch. I believe Nobless especially enjoyed her next stop at 'the spa' where we all got our 'hooves' painted! Selecting our favourite groceries and alcoholic beverages were our last tasks before heading home to cover Diana's knees with appropriate pants before heading to the art gallery to take in the Light Exhibit. Nobless enjoyed her ...
... this one', Excuse me!! After a short heated exchange we were finally on our way. Ten minute drive and the circuit looms into sight and some childish excitement starts to bubble up, this is one of the few circuits that as soon as you catch a glimpse of it, it is unmistakable, quite a new circuit but has become an iconic one. We get parked and a shuttle but takes us to the circuit, there's nothing happening today but there is the opportunity to walk along the pit lane so we head that ...
We enjoyed our last hot day in Singapore with a relaxing swim in our hotels beautiful swimming pool, which boasted the largest spring waterfall. Using the monorail and subway we explored Chinatown and then thought we would enjoy a decadent buffet lunch at the Novotel before packing up and catching our flight onwards to Rome via Abu Dhabi. We arrived rather early to the airport to book in and were told that they ...
So, I am writing this in retrospect so will try to remember as much as I can!
Ramadan arrived in June, and this is where Muslims fast (no food or drinks) from sunrise to sunset. To be respectful of this time, all residents/visitors to the UAE must follow the rules of not eating or drinking/smoking/showing affection/showing shoulders/knees in public. At work, this meant that we were allowed to eat and drink still, but it had to be in the designated kitchen area. For example ...