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 …
Zach and Marcu are going to Abu Dhabi. We have 4629.04 United Arab Emirates Dirhams. We have an overnight flight and are starving when we get off. We went to Salam Bombay and had their Paneer Tikka Masala for 16 Dirhams each. We have now 4597.04 Dirhams left. We then went to sleep at the City Seasons Al Hamra Hotel for a night, paying 619.71 …
We have 4629.04 United Arab Emirates Dirhams. We have an overnight flight and are starving when we get off. We went to Salam Bombay and had their Paneer Tikka Masala for 16 Dirhams each. We have now 4597.04 Dirhams left. We then went to sleep at the City Seasons Al Hamra Hotel for a night, paying 619.71 Dirhams each. We now have 4034.02 Dirhams …
... as we both wanted a relaxing evening. In the end Marion got some amazing steak and when Steph came home we had a BBQ steak, salad and a few glasses of wine (my first in quite sometime). On Friday we had our first glimpse of our seats and the cars during the free practice sessions......wow.....we have amazing seats right on the hairpin bend but with fab views of the straight coming into and out of the bend. You could also really feel the excitement ...
... and there are bitter irreversible scars left by a 10 year long civil war which ended in 2006, leaving thousands dead. But despite all of these problems the Nepalese people retain an impressive character, and are trying to work together to fix their devastated country. Everywhere we went, whether people ploughing the field with oxen, fixing a section of road with a pickax or carrying a 30kg load on their heads, they will almost ...