Radisson Blu Resort Sharjah
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to get to our luggage (which was all accounted for!) and only had to wait about twenty minutes for the pack carrier! The wardrobe of the men was questioned by Daisie. She had asked why the men were wearing dresses. We had told her before about the clothes that the Arab people wear but I think to see it for the first time was a little strange for her! She accepted it and carried on. Craig was waiting for us and I am really glad that he was ...
... to go it alone. The Metro station was a short walk from our hotel so we bought 2 all day return tickets to go anywhere on either lines. So cheap at £3.50 for both. The trains are clean and modern but it just happened to be a bank holiday to celebrate 42 years of Dubai's independence so they were quite crowded. We travelled about 20 odd stops to Dubai Marina. What an eye opener to see how the rich (Arabs) live. Some of their boats were the size of ...
Left Paris Hotel at 8am yesterday. Arrived Dubai Hotel at about 10 pm. Another long journey with many waiting hours. A flight bonus in Economy - two empty seats alongside. Room to spread out! But still tedious. Hotel room is immense. A smog filled haze this morning on waking. Off early on a city and merchants tour. Exceptionally hot and humid expected top 45 ...
... sort of careers we should be recommending to the boys!) Much and all as I was wondering about the neatness of the place I did smile when I saw that the balconies of the swisho apartments were being used to dry clothes! It must only be Australian owners corporations who make rules about such things. After a few more stops on the hop-on hop-off tour we swapped to the city route and went to the older part of town. Here the original souks (markets) still offer wares such as ...
... official to a place I had no idea of where. He was asked identify the bags which were brought to the middle of a large hall. At the same time a passing parade of 8 other officials were involved. He was asked to identify the bags and to explain what the packages of a material found in one of the outer pockets. Chapelle Corby, happening to the innocent Kirkwoods in India! Our bags had been left unattended ...