Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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We stopped off in Dubai to stay with Pitstonians Kath and Richard who have been living in the Emirates for the last 3 years. Kath set herself the task of showing us as much as possible in 48 hours.....with Richard at the wheel of their Rav 4, they certainly succeeded!.
We arrived in the middle of a cold snap, the temperature nose dived to 23 degrees which meant it was perfect for concentrated, full on sightseeing! Day one was all about old Dubai and ...
... that time of the number of infractions recorded by camera radar.
The TNT/Avening Girls could not leave Abu Dhabi without a picture in our Avening shirts.
We are off to have our last swim in Diana's pool then out for dinner with her teaching friends.
Tomorrow morning we leave Abu Dhabi at 10:25 am and arrive in Toronto at 4:30 pm after a 14 hour flight. So glad you could join us on our Great United Arab Emirate's Adventure! ...
Till next time......
November was a busy month! Abu Dhabi seems to come alive in their winter months, everything seems to happen as the weather is amazing!
Firstly, we went and explored the Eastern Mangroves Promenade which we hadnt done yet for some reason! It is an area of walkway behind the Eastern Mangroves hotel, and it is lovely! You can walk along the water front, and there are also cafe's and restaurants too!
... night to day. What a difference! The UAE is so modern, so clean, and so expensive! Time to shift gears. We are NOT in India anymore! We had lunch by the pool, and regrouped at 4:15. Our group of 4 became a group of 2 for the evening, as only 2 of us wanted to go shopping. We took a taxi downtown to the Central Market Souk and the World Trade Center mall. Ok, I LOVE Abu Dhabi!! Everything is clean and new and ...
... Qatar), then took a six hour flight to Paris where I hung around the airport for a few hours, then I took my final flight straight to good ole Dallas, Texas which is my traditional homeland. This was my first "round the world" trip and I hope it will not be the only one in my lifetime! So get out there and travel my friends! There is a whole world to see!
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