Samaya Hotel Apartments Sharjah

Al Nahda PO Box 32133, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah

Day 203 08.08.2014

A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Aug 08, 2014

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... Dubai. A little after 5am our flight was called and we started to board the plane, we found our seats and buckled in ready for take off (it was amazing as no one was sat next to us so we had a line of four seats all to ourselves!!). The flight was very long, around 10 and a half hours. We watched a couple of movies and managed to sync in a little bit of sleep with UK time which will hopefully help with the jet lag when we get back. The plane food ...

Fireworks & Fancy things

A travel blog entry by jonandsam on Dec 31, 2013

... managed to get a taxi and although the traffic was pretty clear where we were then, the taxi man assured us that the traffic near The Palms was crazy and he had been queuing for three hours in traffic around that area. Taxis are really good value in Dubai and for the 40 minute journey we paid around £10. The beach was full of locals, we appeared to be the only tourists as the hundreds of people mainly big families were all kitted out with small tents and food supplies, ...

Dubai

A travel blog entry by jillmac on Nov 03, 2013

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The flight from Istanbul was pretty good and I saw a couple of movies that I wanted to see. The crew was very friendly and supplied us with 3 bottles of wine each. (That made the trip go pretty quick!), We arrived at Dubai in the middle of some sort of celebration and all the buildings were adorned with coloured flashing Christmas type lights and ...

Its started.....

A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Sep 08, 2013

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... with expensive four by fours, muscle cars and Italian supercars, everything is big for the sake of being big, making me wonder how many of tall buildings are actually put to use and how much real estate is actually occupied. When the city runs out of coastline, rather than building inwards, they just build more coastline, The mantra here is that anything is possible it seems. Ask for the moon and they would probably send another one into space for you or try and get ...

Dubai arrival & first day.

A travel blog entry by camuka on Jul 08, 2013

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... for lunch. Quite expensive. We then took a lift up the Burj Khalifa the worlds tallest building, the lift only takes you to 124 floors, you barely even know you are going up. Views would have been amazing had it not been so hazy. We decided to catch the metro back to the hotel, a very efficient ad clean public transport, then had to walk to find a taxi, which nearly killed us in the heat. Having an early night, jet lag catching ...