Loyalty Inn Al Maha Regency

Address: King Faisal Street, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on King Faisal Street, Sharjah, is near Al Qasba, Sharjah Natural History Museum and Desert Park, Aljazeera Park, and Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah).
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    Travel Blogs from Sharjah

    Auric's dream

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 27, 2015

    ... and bars. No exaggeration there must be well over a quarter of a million quid on this stall alone and this is just one of dozens. There is also some of the most gaudy jewelry imaginable that even Mr T would turn his nose up at. I cannot imagine when someone would wear this sort of thing.

    As we walk through we get the usual hassle from traders if you even peek in their windows they are out like a shot. There's also a load of people flogging ...

    What to do today...shoot sub machine guns?

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Jan 20, 2015

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    ... knows where he is going and we set off. Had to stop i past the bank to get cash first as they dont let you pay by card at the shooting range for some reason. After a while in the taxi i ask the driver if he knows where he is going and he says no, he is just aimlessly driving around. I even show him how to get there on google maps on my phone and he still misses the turn off and has to do a massive loop around. So a drive that should take ...

    Facts about Dubai - Wikipedia

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 23, 2014

    ... political climate and thrived. Later in the 1990s, many foreign trading communities—first from Kuwait, during the Gulf War, and later from Bahrain, during the Shia unrest—moved their businesses to Dubai.

    Dubai International Airport

    A travel blog entry by 1954ers.eurovac on Sep 21, 2014

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    Arrived Dubai - we were transiting and changing to an A380. The temperature when we arrived was 37 degrees. As we walked through Business Class to leave the plane, one of the cabin crew gave me one of the gift packs for Business Class passengers. Razor, shaving cream, toothbrush and toothpaste plus some perfume all contained in a handsome toiletries bag!!! Took some amazing photos in the terminal. It ...

    Always listen to advice ....

    A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Aug 01, 2014

    ... skin and cooking feet, I managed to seek refuge in a changing hut. When I thought of Dubai's beaches I didn't really expect that I would spend some of my time reading my book in a hut. Once I plucked up the courage to open the oven again, I stuck to the perimeter of the beach. Walking inbetween the palm trees and rubble. Busy concentrating on my footing and looking for the quickest exit, because at this point I realised the hotel was all a bloody mirage, ...