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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but I believe I am very tolerant when we are obviously getting lost ( not a skill I learnt from my father) and we encounter many pleasant close encounters with the mosque before spinning off in another random direction. In fairness the road system is more than a little exasperating, but after many drive pasts, and being waved away from several parking spots, we do eventually arrive. It is an amazing building but for me more about the ...
... great when your in the same seat for so long. Numerous movies, games and music of course. The service was next to none. Much easier to relax with the lay down seats and sleeping much easier. Have now arrived in Abu Dhabi and once again enjoying the comforts of the Business Class lounge, have a 2 hour wait until our next Flight to Heathrow, so will kick back and enjoy the comfort. I don't believe Mike will ever get me to travel any other way, now I have tasted the good ...
... Tru Dat Girlfriend! I DID, however, complete my magnet collection. Every new city involves buying a new magnet. You should see the magnets I have. Enough to affect the earths gravitational pull, I'm sure. Our day tour was over, and we arrived back in Abu Dhabi at 6:45pm. I skipped dinner, as my tummy was feeling a bit off. Took advantage of the free wifi at the hotel, and got to bed early. Tomorrow's travel day is going to be a ...
... cafeteria. There are renovations going on there and it is a madhouse. This airport is great for people-watching, a real crossroads. There are lots of men in white nighties and some with those red and white tea towels on their heads. There are also lots of ladies in the full black, faces and all. They seem to glide along and some of them look to be very beautiful (the ones with uncovered faces). Maybe they have their faces covered ...
... 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 ...