Royal Falcon Hotel
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... the gold souk that was only a short walk from the creek. On arrival, we were greeted with wall-to-wall gold and precious stones. To say that all of Sue's birthdays had come at once would be an understatement!
We eventually escaped the gold souk and headed back to the coach. Of course, on the count up we were one lady short so our guide had to venture back into the souk to track her down. She was safely rounded up and returned to ...
... font-size: 10px;">2 (1,588 sq mi)Population (1 January 2013) • Total2,106,177 • 17% Emirati
1.5% Sri Lankan
5.7% other countriesTime ...
... We were very tired by this point, we had to get up and stretch the legs a fair few times! It was a nice feeling when we touched down at Heathrow around 7pm local time. Our bags, as standard, took forever to come out on the carousel. We then made our way through the arrivals gate and into the terminal, we noticed outside that it was absolutely pouring down with rain!! We found the bus station (number 17) that would take us to our hotel. We jumped on the ...
... zoo (aquarium) which is huge and so well done, we were so glad we paid to see it all. Had had a lovely coffee at Rubicons. Looked at some of the shops and found some gifts for the grandsons. After much walking and with very tired legs and feet tried to find our way out to catch a taxi back to the hotel which proved to be no easy task. Got there eventually and were so glad to arrive back and rest our weary ...
... the currency, seeing the words "coffee 22" on a menu is a bit of a surprise! Even if the exchange rate is 0.29 Aussie cents to a UAE dirham it seems like an expensive coffee. We are desperate for a cuppa though, and go to the Heineken lounge and have a lovely cup of tea - total 34 dirham! Flights leave basically on time, same seat ...