- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... you don't have anyone to pull you, it is fairly hard to get anywhere. Quite the opposite of snowboarding where great speeds are easy to obtain and potentially dangerous. I experienced my first henna tattoo and questionable camel ride, leaving me kicking myself for a less then stellar amount of research on the treatment of camels by this company.
We had a nice bbq dinner, an option to smoke apple shisha and a nice cap to the ...
... you should totally curse them .... I found Vivien, yey! I realised 1 hour before landing that I had no idea where to go...Viv booked Abu Dhabi and I booked Dubai...but roaming worked straight away and we were able to sms...so I found her waiting at the lobby at midnight New it's nearly 3am and neither of us can sleep...oops Breakfast and pool/beach tomorrow, I think...then the brain might ...
... It is huge, and to our surprise there were very few people there. Ed and Hunter did their first ride, a simulated formula one race. Not the best idea as Hunter came out not well at all. We tried to look around but Hunter just wanted to lie down poor wee thing so we got a taxi back to the hotel.
We just got back from would you believe from the hospital!!! At Juli's suggestion we asked the hotel if we could have ...
When we first got on the plane, I wouldn't have been disappointed if it ended up the best part of the trip. We were both like kids at Christmas when we found our seats. We needn't have worried what we had packed in our hand luggage as we had been provided with, pillows, blankets, earphones, an eye mask, earplugs, socks, a toothbrush, toothpaste and a little pouch that they came in, which Abi has now adopted as her purse. I was ...
... learning the language. Well I cheated, Ian wrote a lot of words down and I'm just looking at the piece of paper that he wrote them on. They speak English in Abu Dhabi. In fact at the supermarket we went to, where I brought, of all things Hob Nobbs which are English biscuits and when I paid the guys I said cheers and he replied cheers. Didn't take me long to get them learning my language. Okay I will write ...