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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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... in front of us and another two teenagers next to us… it will be funny flight. But even this has the “other side of coin”, the plane is almost new and very comfortable (Airberlin A330). BTW I’m writing this a while after our take off from Dusseldorf so for now I’m going to watch some film and sleep (if the children allows). Hopefully I’ll wake up tomorrow at Abu Dhabi.
See you at the next blog post,
... not happen at least we got to see how the medical system works here. There is always a bright side if you look.
Havent had a chance to have a good look around but all going well we can see the Mosque tomorrow. In the meantime Ed and I are throwing vitamins down out throats so we don't get this bug again.
Not the best start to the trip but it has been eventful.
Hunter will write more when he is feeling better. ...
... until closing. Yas Waterworld is a great place to spend a day, especially with an Etihad discount (thanks kev). We started off on the lazy river, my favourite ride, then moved onto the scarier stuff like the roller coasters, which is weird and a bit cold when you're in just a bathing suit. I have to say am not a fan of roller coasters anymore, they just make me feel queasy, must be old age. After a very late lunch that's ...
... in Amsterdam at about 2.30pm and it will be a whopping 13 degrees. Just as well I packed for all weathers ( going to UK thought I has better ). The kids back, yelling at his grandparents again. They keep telling him to go back to his mum. I bet mum is telling him to go see his grandparents. Anyway I will say Ma-a is-salaam a ( means goodbye in Arabic). I know right your thinking my god she's ...
... I would get the all clear - to no avail, I was advised I needed to put on over my clothes an Abaya(dress)!! The Abaya is a traditional garment worn by Muslim women in the Middle East. It was of course very hot even before adding on the additional attire, it was very becoming. I have never seen so many security guards,spread throughout the massive grounds, by in large they were there making sure all adhered to the rules and regulations. ...