Emirates Springs Hotel Apartments

Address: Hamad bin Abdullah St., Fujairah, United Arab Emirates | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Hamad bin Abdullah St., Fujairah.
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      Travel Blogs from Fujairah

      Sand Duning

      A travel blog entry by meclayt on Mar 01, 2015

      ... size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We baked in the sun for about 40 minutes wondering what our driver's back up plan was since every effort seemed to just bury the car more. But, between the camel herder, our driver, and a shovel, he finally got unstuck. So, we left our little area of lizards and camel dung and hopped back in to continue to the mountain range.

      East Coast Tour

      A travel blog entry by tyga on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... the way at the UAE's version of the Grand Canyon in the Hajar mountains which was quite impressive before stopping briefly in Dibba to photograph a mosque.

      We stopped for lunch at the Sandy Beach Resort in Fujairah. Lunch wasn't included in the to buy it at the resort restaurant. Food was not bad and not overly expensive. After lunch we had half an hour or so to relax on the beach overlooking ...

      The Rocky Mountain Trip to Fujeirah & Below

      A travel blog entry by chuck.vosotros on Jul 11, 2014

      21 photos

      ... landmarks of Fujeirah; The Al Bidiya Mosque and its 2 towers at the top of the mountain. The Al Bidiya Mosque is among the oldest and very first mosques in the UAE. With the help of the government of Dubai, it was restored to its former glory. The well in front of the mosque is still present up to now though its no longer in use.

      The mosque is just as majestic as it was; approximately built on 1446, its made of stones, mud, and bricks, and ...

      Khor Fakkan (Fakkan heaven or Fakkan Hell?)

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

      19 photos

      ... looked like the crumbling remains of a series of buildings. ‘Perhaps that’s the remains of the old fort that was destroyed by the Portuguese in the 17th century’, said Roisin.

      ‘If it is’, I started, ‘then they must have been ahead of their time. I don’t recall reading about the knights of Yore and the 999 TV channels they can get through satellite TV!’ I quipped pointing at the large if not rusted ...

      Nice 6 hour drive to nowhere.

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 24, 2013

      7 photos

      ... what we agreed to pay him for the day and he doesn't have to make sure we are out in the car for the same amount of time. I think that must be what he was worried about. So NOW, after lunch, we head back towards Dubai.


      We pass the fort and old mosque and ask him to stop. He has to go to a roundabout and head back to it but he's happy to do that now. We hop out of the car and head towards the mosque. Not expecting to be out ...