Concorde Fujairah Hotel

Hamad Bin Abdulla Road, Fujairah, United Arab Emirates | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Hamad Bin Abdulla Road, Fujairah.
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    Travel Blogs from Fujairah

    Khor Fakkan (Fakkan heaven or Fakkan Hell?)

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 01, 2014

    19 photos

    ... way back along the Corniche we bumped in to Captain Ponte who was talking to some locals who were sanding behind a wire mesh. It turns out they were excavating some long lost building of a bygone civilisation. I was going to ask the Commandante for a photo as we missed out on the one last night but I thought ‘leave the man be’. He is probably worn out after all that hand shaking and smiling and just out for a peaceful stroll.

    On deciding to take ...

    Nice 6 hour drive to nowhere.

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... think. Abdul kept saying that Mohammed had built it. I'm not an Islam scholar but I think the time line there is faulty. Whenever and whoever built it, it's a small mud mosque that has been refurbished. There were 2 men inside praying so I didn't go in as I don't like to bother anyone in their worship but Abdul came along and went in and told them both that I was coming inside so there I went. Still, we got to see it and the group that ...

    Nepali trip dream come true - finally made it!

    A travel blog entry by wherenext4dave on Apr 19, 2013

    21 photos

    ... I was locked out of both with no signs of life in either! As the departure of my bus was imminent I quickly resorted to jumping over a broken glass covered wall for a successful escape!

    Pokhara was backpacker heaven in terms of scenery, prices, company and services. I whiled away my time drinking mint lemon juices and milkshakes, boosting my hiking reserves eating numerous tasty treats, and happily ...

    Eastern United Arab Emirates

    A travel blog entry by elaqid on Jun 01, 2012

    23 photos

    ... today was Friday unlike Dubai.

    As we crossed the mountains, we entered the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah, another very conservative Emirate. It is a different landscape from what we saw in and around Dubai, with fairly high mountains, multi colored sand dunes and deep wadis. We made a stop at what is called locally the "Grand Canyon", a deep canyon on the edge of the road.

    We passed through several oasis, green and ...

    Tankers and oil!

    A travel blog entry by gill27 on Apr 14, 2012

    1 comment

    ... is because it is safer traveling this particular area in day light. We are still with armed guards in the event of unwanted visitors so feel quite safe and appreciate the precautions taken by Seabourn. It will be with much sadness that we leave the ship tomorrow morning in Dubai but in saying that it is exciting that we have put down a deposit for another cruise in the future. Cheers, Gill & Stuart.    ...