Host Palace Hotel Apartments

El Khalij Al Arabi St., Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located on El Khalij Al Arabi St., Sharjah, is near Sharjah Aquarium, Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, and Sharjah Science Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah

Starting Something New

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 22, 2014

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... check in wasn't ready, so I set myself up at a coffee shop, had a bite to eat, and chatted with my buddy Rob for a bit. After checking in my bag, the departures lounge was ridiculously busy. I passed by an airport lounge, and thought it was worth asking if I could use my lounge access card. No problem. Ahhh! Comfy chair, 2 glasses of wine, free food. I get a chance to get myself in relax mode before jumping on my next plane. Another stamp in the ...

A lot more rain

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jan 07, 2014

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... very quickly here. When I left the mall it was dry and sunny with a cloudy blue sky. When I arrived home however, I could hear thunder and the sky was dark again. So to those who were kind enough to inform me about the weather back home; at this moment it isn't much better here (well, 10 degrees) but contrary to you guys I'm expecting sun again.

At home I used old-fashioned Google to see if I missed ...

The Land of Richness

A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 20, 2013

... The flight was 45 mins and although some might think quite expensive, it was worth every penny if you really want to see the full dynamic of Dubai's landscape. There was a fair bit of haze due to the heat and sand, but it was not enough to block out how incredible Dubai really is.

With no real plans after this we opted to visit Dubai Mall (one of the largest in the world). From our waiting time at the golf course we had ...

Dubai Desert Safari

A travel blog entry by philandjan on Aug 16, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and we were concerned it might get into the workings of the camera - fortunately, it didn't.
Next we drove further into and over the dunes, and had a photo opportunity on the sand dunes themselves. It was then we discovered that we were part of a convoy of about 30 Landcruisers. Ours was one of the last to arrive - and all were parked in a flat gully. We walked up the sandy hills, and took photos with the dunes as a backdrop. Then, ...

Not the wildest Wadi in the world!

A travel blog entry by ineptintrepids on Jun 19, 2013

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... treat and hope it was worth every penny! Was it? Meh, it was good, few fun rides, a chilled out lazy river ride and a refreshing cool water pool. I'm not sure if we are still holding onto unrealistic rose tinted childhood memories of Waterworld but it just didn't seem to meet the hype.

One thing that was brilliant was people watching, we became experts at telling ...