Doubletree by Hilton Ras Al Khaimah
Travel Blogs from Ras Al Khaimah
... it to the other side. A few minutes after I had started in, a little voice inside of me started second guessing everything, worried that it wouldn't be as easy as I thought to find where we camped. I kept going for a bit before climbing to the top of one of the boulders to get a good vantage point. I saw what looked to be the right area and headed in that direction. Luckily, I was correct and it was just at the end of the boulder field, so anybody in it should be funneled ...
... defiance system of Dhayah with several watchtowers
Secondly, Dhayah located in very beautiful place between mountains in Ras Al Khima. You can see many amazing things from above. But the main problem for me was when I were walking in the BROKEN stairs to reach the fort... the stairs was very bad and i feel tired while i was going up.
Thirdly, This fort has been restored at 2001 and i think they must restore it again or at least fix the broken stairs ...
... or National Ferry Service has to be losing money. The ferry was only half full with about 60 people on board each paying just over $50 for the ticket. We found a nice table with two chairs in the back of the ferry and stayed there during the 6 hour trip. The staff was pretty nice to us throughout the trip except for the fact that the burly bodyguard looking bouncers usually kept us from going outside to the back of the boat – “safety ...
... of public sight, I ate the same cheese and Arabic bread I had eaten before. The cheese was called Halloumi, and this stuff squeaked like the cheese curds in Wisconsin (“squeakers)—real good—made of goat, sheep, and cow’s milk. Going through the border though, there was a semi that blocked the lane, so I went around (out of where I was supposed to go) and got a comment from the border guards, but nothing major (it’s good to be a U.S. ...
We passed through al-Kharj at night, reaching Haradh and the two-lane highway at sunrise. We stopped for sunrise prayers and to fill the gas tank, then headed off to the east and the rising sun. We stopped at so many rest areas trying to find an omlette paratha, but everywhere was still closed. The best we could do was a hole-in-the-wall place, where my husband got some qeema (Indian-style ground beef) that was literally swimming in oil (uhh, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services