Sands Hotel Abu Dhabi
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... by their absence and the locals are polite whilst respectful of privacy and personal space. Now we didn't spend enough time here to see all aspects of the culture, and I'm sure there is a darker side somewhere, and yes there is a multi class system but even the lowly paid labourers, mostly Indians and Pakistanis, didn't seem particularly unhappy. Those we spoke to, including Alita's relatives, all felt very safe here, as did we. Unlike when we arrived in Dublin.....but that's for another ...
And if you are lucky, you will be able to spot some wild dolphins as well.
Cycling is said to be the finest feature of eco-tourism. So to say, this is more than possible in Abu Dhabi. If you get to Corniche, you will find enough bicycles for hire. FunRideSports, one place where you can go for cycles, offer a good range from mountain bikes to the adventurous type. They will charge you about US$ ...
... seat behind found it inside the blanket bag in the seat pocket. It fell in while putting bags in overhead cupboards. What a fluke and really lucky the guy got his blanket out because it would have been the last place G&R or anyone else would have looked. After a gruelling and sleep deprived 14 hour leg, and Mick with the migraine from hell, we arrived in Abu Dhabi for our connecting flight. Normally a transit airport is not worth discussing but au ...
After we were finished at the Grand Mosque it was time to change gears and do something a little more high octane! It was time for Ferrari World!
Ferrari World is the largest indoor amusement park in the world, it's massive, but we were there for one reason and one reason only: to go 240km/hr on a roller coaster! The roller coaster, called Formula Rossa, is capable of accelerating to 240km/hr in just under five seconds! Too bad the ...
After a brief moment of terror in the middle of the night where an alarm went off and scared the **** out of us, we had a fairly uneventful few hours’ sleep before we had to be up at 3am. We blearily got ready to a strange Irish-language kids’ TV show and left the hotel just before 5am. I was pretty dismayed to discover that I’d been blessed with a headache and toothache on top of my chronic earache, just before flying literally ...