Embassy Suites Hotel

Address: 57 Al Ezz Bin Abdul Salam St, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 57 Al Ezz Bin Abdul Salam St, Sharjah, is near Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah), and Sharjah Heritage Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah

Desert Safari and the coolest kid in the desert

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Jan 26, 2015

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Like evey other time i know we need to get up early i cant sleep the night before. Im shattered. We were meant to get picked up at 8 but the boy phoned at 10 to and was outside, thats abnormal for people to be early in Dubai! Traffic on the way to desert safari was absolutely mental! How people drive in this every morning to get to work i dont know, its worse than dyce!!! So we pulled over outside some sheikhs mansion out in the desert to sort out ...

Sharjah rocks The Qasbah

A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Jan 03, 2015

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... back Qasbah on the canal. Here we were reminded of Singapore's Boat and Clark Quays with trendy cafes, restaurants and hotels occupying the restored buildings lining the waterfront. Having both taken flights on The London Eye previously, we weren't tempted to fly the Emirates Eye, which is little more than an oversized Ferris wheel by comparison. ...

Dubai refueling stop

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 14, 2014

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We only had 90 minutes on the ground in Dubai, so we just wandered through the Duty-free shops to stretch our legs before re-boarding. Disappointingly, we didn't have window seats on the plane, and couldn't see out of the terminal while on the ground. I was hoping to catch a glimpse of some of the famous buildings and housing developments, but it wasn't to be. The only real Dubai experience I got was to eat a block of chocolate made from Camel's milk and dates. It was surprisingly ...

Dubai - first day

A travel blog entry by pcopperfield on May 17, 2014

... and bear it). We spent about 4 hours there. We went back to the main parking area where the bus dropped us in the morning aiming to get a taxi to the Sigales winery, about 10 minutes from OI. We waited a quite a long time and then went into the Tourist Information Centre to enquire to transport to the winery. We were told that a taxi is the only option but unfortunately OI does not have any taxis and all taxis must come from Fira where our hotel ...

After the Maldives

A travel blog entry by kaygeoff on Apr 20, 2014


... a huge outdoor laundry, very colorful. Next through the streets to the Gateway to India. All for $25. Spent the afternoon by the pool as it was very hot and sticky. Next two days at sea on our way to Mina Qaboos, the port for Muscat, the capital of Oman. We were first off the ship at 7am and grabbed a cab who took us to Muscat to see the Great Mosque but as it was Friday it was closed to non Muslims but impressive from the outside. Muscat is very stark ...