Hotel Holiday International Sharjah
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... ovia ja toivottamassa tervetulleeksi, tähän alkaa jo tottua. Kiertelemme hiukan aulassa ja tutustumme hotelliin, sen kimallukseen ja loistoon, Sitten hissillä ravintolaamme.
Iltapäivätee sisälsi 7 erilaista maistelu/makupalaa teen ohessa ja lopussa on sitten vielä makeita herkkuja. Maisemat ja tunnelma on upeat. Lähteissämme katselemme tovin auringonlaskua ravintolan toisen puolen baarista. Kiertelemme vielä hotellia, käymme kurkkaamassa ylimmän ...
... But that breeze carried with it all the sands of the Emirati desert. Or rather, dust. But dust that gets everywhere! The garden: full of dust. The house: completely dusty. My teeth: crunching away like mad. And the entire city looks like it's veiled in a tight fog. The lovely skyline that I enjoyed on Thursday: gone. For the entire weekend, we could only see tall shadows, looming over us in the distance.
But today is Sunday, and the skies are clear! ...
... pool, visited the Dubai mall with it's numerous world records. We also ate lunch in the worlds tallest building, the Burj Khalifa (828m), in the worlds highest restaurant, which looks down on skyscrapers. Alex and I went swimming training in an open air pool overlooking the Burj al Arab 7* hotel...quite a change to English pools. We also drove into the desert towards Oman for a beautiful sunset.
And to celebrate the ...
... having got used to the crazy and aggressive driving syle here. James was origionally from Wroxham, I drove through Wroxham only 12 days ago on the way back from the Waxham Tramp Camp! Small world!! And he also told me they have a few amateur rugby clubs and football clubs in Dubai, which I didn't know!
The brunch buffet itself had a whole wide range of interesting choices. Seafood, curry and Sunday roast choices to name just a few. Philippine bar staff will constantly ...
... zoo, and an outdoor petting zoo. For $5.00 per person you can go to everything. Like most things in this country, it's cheap and amusing. We decided to go to the museums first.
The Natural History and Botanical Museums are in the same building. We headed towards the smaller botanical side first. Just like in Abu Dhabi, you weren't allowed to take pictures. But there weren't a million guards watching your every move, so that at least was nicer. Actually, ...
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