TIME Oak Hotel & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... 5 lanes wide, and have about as much traffic on them as a Sunday morning in Swansea. Okay, maybe not that quiet, but very little traffic given the size of the roads, so the trip was pretty quick (140 km/h speed limits). Our trip was to see a couple of museums; one was the original palace of the Al Nahyan family, and the other museum was of the history of Abu Dhabi. The palace was interesting, although somewhat understated, with insights into the royal family and life back in the 18th ...
... beauty of the antique dhow.
As all guests hopped onboard, the dhow left the harbor and headed towards Marina. It was mesmerizing passing by the magnificent and spectacular landmarks of Dubai. The cool sea breeze, panoramic views and fresh smell of air made us enjoy much needed tranquility and serenity. Glorious views of lavish architecture and most eminent attractions ...
... dates, the camel for transport, dung and milk and the falcon for catching prey. We learned that they captured migrating falcon, trained them in two weeks to hunt and released them again after about 5 months as the birds cannot survive in the heat. We discovered the houses were made from wood initially and with the Persian influx to the area ( invited for their business skills to help develop the area) the houses became made from coral from the extensive reefs in the area. The ...
... pots and pans etc.
We stopped at a stall at the end and saw Frankincense and various other items but the one that surprised me was bags of dried prawns. I’ve never seen those selling at spice markets before ….
We continued on, up another alley and out again and into a street with lots of colourful items for sale then we were there !! The Gold Souk !!
The rain hadn't stopped overnight. As we went down for breakfast we saw the puddles outside had gotten larger, and were thankful that this time our room was in the same building as the restaurant, avoiding the need to make a dart for it in the rain. We savoured breakfast, and in particular our last cup of Masala Tea. We will have to learn how to make it though as it is sooo good! We loitered around the hotel until it was time to leave for the ...