Sea View Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... were pulled from line and shown to a waiting area where we were served Arabic coffee, dates, and sweets. It seems Gerald bought special tickets that gave us exclusive access with only twenty people. We bypassed all the lines, got the elevator to the 148th floor with a thirty minute viewing complete with food and drink.The general ticket doesn't come this high. Then we went to the 128th floor for as long as we wished.It really was a treat. ...
... of the hotel and check out some of their restaurant offerings since we would get a discount staying at the sister property. We settled on a Cuban inspired steakhouse restaurant and we were very happy with the results. While not quite “authentic local cuisine”, the restaurant had fantastic steaks and that was another thing we hadn’t been able to enjoy in quite a long time so it was a very nice treat to satisfy a craving without going very far and ...
In May 1986, 23-year-old Lorraine Whittaker boarded a flight to Vancouver, Canada, from London's Heathrow airport to begin a round-the-world adventure. Some 28 years later, in June 2014, I caught a plane to Rio de Janeiro from the same airport - following in my mum's footsteps. Mum's travel dream was born when she saw round-the-world plane tickets advertised in my grandad's Daily Mirror. She saved up the wages from her job with Social Services in Lancashire, and wrote to the embassy of ...
... On my way out, I chatted with a very nice Indian woman who turned out to be the cousin of filmmaker M. Night Shayamalan! It was a very cool conversation and long lasting considering the baggage claim in the Dubai airport might as well have been in Lebanon because it was so damned far away.
I got a taxi to the hotel, checked in, ran into my colleagues from other INTO centers and headed to bed. That is when my body decided it was time to purge itself of disease. It was ...
... that again!!!
Anyway after a long 15 weeks in Saudi Arabia i found myself driving up the hwy at 0500 in the morning towards the Dammam airport at 140kms per hour in the slow lane. The airport is possibly the most boring in the world and it takes ages to get through security, there was 2x customs officials a lane for non-saudi's and a lane for saudi's the problem is that the saudi's always get through first so you can be waiting in ...