Hyatt (Studio)

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Sharjah, is near Sharjah Aquarium, Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, and Sharjah Science Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah

The day we saw the boat

A travel blog entry by kyemakenzi on Jun 19, 2014

So we wok up and caught a flit to koppa in slavenier then we caught a taxi to koppa marina and we saw our amazing boat Baruch 2 the one and only Bavaria 56 in Australia we were the first ons to get in Australia it was amazing she looked like a hanse it was so good. Then we got all the stuff for it and then we went to dinner I was tired again evry night pretty much it was 10:00 when I got to sleep we eat at 8:30 that's how late it was then we got to ...

Lasting impression of Dubai International Airport

A travel blog entry by nickylandymore on Nov 13, 2013

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...they make you go through security, then to the gate, as normal....and then through security( a line of tables manned by quite grumpy looking security guards) AGAIN!!! I therefore lost the bottle of water that I had just moments before taken the time to fill up at a nearby water fountain. I have to admit that this almost definitely annoyed me much more than is reasonable, but I am in fact very nervous of ...

A trip to Dubai Creek

A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 18, 2013

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... you-never-knew-you-needed.

The workers are generally from Iran or Pakistan and there are also many Omani traders wandering around (Omanis wear kandouras, the traditional long robes of the Gulf, but are distinguishable by the round hats they wear or the particular way they tie their headscarves). Whilst wandering I chatted with Pashtun shopkeepers about Peshawar (all bad), with Iranian shopkeepers about their homeland (all good) and with everybody ...


A travel blog entry by peterdot on Jul 11, 2013

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... time to retreat to the air con. comfort below. However the magnificent architecture and opulence of the City made the heat bearable. On a negative note however were the numerous deserted buildings and construction projects visible as we circumnavigated the City. The day was the first day of Ramadan when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. This meant that most food outlets were closed and it was improper for anyone to eat ...

Day in Dubai

A travel blog entry by jenwalker on Jul 10, 2013

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... Back to hotel for lunch ...they curtain off an area for non Muslims to eat... Rest and re pack... Then off to mall of emirates after the sun has gone down ..s2nd biggest shopping centre here... Dnner there. Thai green curry. Fabulous! Back to repack again!! Now time to chill out and then depart for home at 6am Thursday . Oh home sweet home and my family!!!! ...

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