Sea View Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... friendly ones in Oman. We returned to the hotel and crossed the road to the only close restaurant that looked clean and in any way appetising, to have an Afghanistan lunch of soup, rice and chicken!!! Very unusual but tasty!! The service was excellent as there was at least two staff per guest! Over at the hotel we were about to rest up and shower when we received a call to say our desert tour driver was in the lobby! We had been told 4 pm and it ...
... the building itself with a hole in the middle and another aquarium inside.
Unfortunately for tourists, security and commercialism have taken over and there is now a 30 dirham per person charge to visit the aquarium and limited commercial spaces on the ground floor. Previously, we were able to walk throughout the public areas of the hotel without restriction. Now, entire wings are blocked off with security guards and we were not able to see the all of the ...
... to have basic city infrastructure like grocery stores and schools built on the island. That means if you need to get some milk or a fresh carton of OJ you have to drive a minimum of twenty minutes off the island to get into the closest stores. It’s obvious that the islands were not really designed for real everyday living.
The crowned jewel of the Palm Islands and our next stop on the tour was the Atlantis Hotel. Owned by the same company and ...
... and greeted me by name. Flight was horrible. Narrow, uncomfortable seats with 31 inch pitch so my knees were against front seat. Didn't sleep even with pill- so watched rest of Fargo series 1 while Kim snored beside me. Plane was very hot- we drank 2 ltr bottle water between us over 6 hr flight. Arr Kul around 0830 local time Sunday 7th for 1 week stay the back to Oz on ...
... station. He didn't find it, but the search continues (I expect we’ll take a taxi to the metro station next time, as walking in this heat is quite uncomfortable).
And then it was time to meet up with Aladdin himself, Harry. A quick phone call and he was on his way to our hotel, bringing good friend Glen along for the trip. We delivered the suitcase full of goodies (aka the Treasure Chest) and Scott took a few photos as ...