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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhalidiya Hotel Abu Dhabi
Service was great with helpful Concierge! The weather is nice in Abu Dhabi now, but the air con was hard for me to get 'just right'!!
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... goodbye to the UAE and fly back to Delhi. Delhi was the same as we left it, busy and polluted. We checked into our hotel and went to bed. Wednesday morning we decided to do some shopping and site-seeing. We went to the Lotus Temple, then to a bazaar where I purchased a sari, to be delivered to our hotel that evening. We then went to the central markets and did some shopping followed by more shopping in the evening just near our hotel. Thursday we were planning on going ...
... a long travel day. Unfortunately Grant would have to be working through our time together so we planned to make the most of his evenings and the weekend I would be there (which is a Friday and Saturday in UAE). When he was working, I relaxed, caught up on some sleep and did some reading. It took awhile for me to realize the importance of down time when travelling.
Our first full day was spent exploring Ferrari World and trying ...
... airport works, I just witnessed that … need to try someday :D
Dusseldorf… yep still in Europe after one transfer… this is the second. Our plans to go to the city for short wall are past, we are choosing the safe state and staying at airport. The plane is taking off at around 5 hours and we don’t want any possible problem to miss it. I can tell you, next time I fly somewhere I’m taking less transfers, this ...
... about this place. Abu Dhabi is part of the United Arab Emirates of which there are nine other Emirates. It is the second largest Emirate after Dubai. The main culture is Arabic and the main religion is Muslim. The men wear white robes from the Bedouin culture called a Dishdash and they own as many as 50 because they change several times a day, cleanliness is very important to them. The head scarf is called a Keffyeh. and is held in place ...
... the late departure. Despite the flight from Abu Dhabi to London being much shorter, it did seem to drag and I found myself struggling to sleep. True to form, Etihad Airlines ensured we did not go hungry. The problem was we had no idea what meals we were eating. We were so out of whack we weren't sure if it was breakfast, lunch or dinner or somewhere in between. To keep myself occupied when unable to sleep was ...