York International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8221; all manner of goods presumably mainly to Iran.
Tiny Ajman, just a bit further north along the Gulf coast is trying to re-invent itself as a tourist destination taking advantage of its long sandy beaches. There’s a string of new luxury hotels along the beach. We stop at one – a Fairmont, for afternoon tea a reminder of the strong British influence that’s still in evidence in this part of the world. There we see the ...
... since my last visit here about 25 years ag: more skyscrapers, more traffic and rather warmer than I remember. On landing at 3am , the air temperature was 36 degrees; however, once inside the hotel, it was a positively chilly 19 degrees.
Dawn was breaking as we finally slipped under the covers at 5.am.
Waking at 6am was a bit of a shock - but all was well; we had omitted to change our watches from UK time and we could now advance ...
... grousest buffet ever. Some dude making omelets as well, food everywhere. Back to the room, shower, change of clothes and off to explore the hotel/palace. (The speed boats are still doing their thing, but now are joined by bi planes with wing walkers. Crazy arabs) The palace is huge, even has up scale shops, some Rodeo Drive joint, I'm guessing it costs money to even window shop there. Check out the spa, get some ...
... to head to the airport, I went for a bit of a wander through some of the older looking streets nearby before making my way back to the train station. It was on the way I realised what it was about Warsaw I liked: it reminded me of St Petersburg. Lots of neo-classical and art-deco architecture, wide boulevard streets and a nice historic centre. I would’ve liked to have had more time to explore this city, but alas, no time. Arriving at the ...
Ramadan means there's no eating or drinking in public so all of the earing places are closed, makes it hard to find food let alone eat it! There is a little supermarket a few doors down from our hotel so I wandered down there hunting, in the heat! Grabbed some croissants and sliced pineapple, was the best I could do and we ate in our room. We then tackled the Metro first up, easy peasy after nailing London and Paris. There is only ...