The Arabian resort in Dubai set across its own private beach, Madinat Jumeirah resort is an authentic recreation of ancient Arabia, capturing the natural beauty of the region. Madinat Jumeirah features two grand boutique hotels, Jumeirah Al Qasr and Jumeirah Mina A’ Salam, 29 traditional summer houses in Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf, 7 Jumeirah Malakiya Villas, over 40 restaurants and bars, conference and banqueting facilities including two grand ballrooms, a 1000-seat amphitheater and the region’s only dedicated entertainment center and multi-purpose venue, Madinat Arena. The facilities are interconnected by 3 kilometers of waterways and landscaped gardens.
The resort also provides extensive leisure and health facilities including Talise Spa and Talise Fitness, as well as Souk Madinat Jumeirah, a traditional retail and dining experience showcasing the best of Arabia.
The Arts Center at TSC is the premier venue for performing arts in the Rio Grande Valley. With intimate seating and superb acoustics, performances at The Arts Center surround the audiences with sights and sounds found nowhere else south of San Antonio. And the center is affiliated with the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the International Association of Assembly Managers and Chamber Music America. “http://ift.tt/1Mv1ziU”
A Unique Shopping, Dining and Entertainment Destination at Madinat Jumeirah, The Arabian Resort of Dubai. Souk Madinat Jumeirah is an authentic re-creation of an ancient marketplace with traditional Middle Eastern style and ambience, located in the heart of Madinat Jumeirah The Arabian Resort, Dubai. Visitors enter a world reminiscent of ancient Arabia through sight, smell and sound as sunlight peeks in through the wood carved archways showcasing intricate Arabic architectural design.
Set in a prime location with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean on one side and the Hajar Mountains on the other, Le Meridien Al Aqah is a 5-star hotel offering lavish facilities. The hotel’s guest rooms are very spacious and all offer views of the sandy beach. These rooms also feature an over-sized luxurious bathroom, with separate walk-in shower and bath tub. Many of the rooms have private balconies.
Leisure facilities at the hotel include a large free-form swimming pool, a luxurious spa offering a range of treatments, a fitness center and a water sports center.
Misfat al Abreyeen:
On top of the village, a watchtower stands out as though proclaiming the role played by it in protecting the village in the past.The villagers also grow lemon and banana in Misfat al Abreyeen. If you walk down the lemon fields, the fruit can be seen lying all over the ground. However, nobody will pick them up as they know clearly to whom they belong. The residents of Misfat al Abreyeen are very healthy as they carry loads of farm produce from the fields to the village, walking up and down at least three times a day. The lifestyle of the farming community has hardly changed despite modern development reaching the village which has succeeded in combining modernity and tradition.
The city of Damietta is the capital of the governorate that holds the same name. Damietta is famous as it is where the Eastern Branch of the River Nile, which is named after the city as well, pours into the Mediterranean Sea at the popular local resort of Ras El Barr.
To the Southwest of Damietta, there are the wonderful gardens and orchards of the Delta of Egypt. Damietta is featured, as one of the few cities in Egypt, with long shores overlooking the River Nile and Mediterranean Sea as well. Moreover, the Port of Damietta is one of the most active and important trading points in Egypt.
Etihad Towers is the name of a complex of buildings with five towers in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates, shows on the left , are located opposite the Emirates Palace hotel and feature offices, apartments and a hotel. The estimated cost for the construction are 2.5 bn Dirhams. Towers 2 and 5 topped out in November 2010. A year later, in November 2011, the Jumeirah at Etihad Towers Hotel which belongs to Jumeirah Group was opened in Tower 1. Tori No Su Japanese restaurant opened within the hotel in 2012. The adjacent Tower 2 is (as of December 2012) the tallest building on Abu Dhabi island and the second tallest in Abu Dhabi after Sky Tower on Al Reem Island. Tower 2 has an observation deck in the 75th floor which is accessible from the hotel via a lower level linking podium.
Tower 1: 69 floors, 277 meters
Tower 2: 74 floors, 305 meters
Tower 3: 54 floors, 260 meters
Tower 4: 61 floors, 234 meters
Tower 5: 55 floors, 218 meters
The towers were used as a filming location for the 2015 film Furious 7. In the film, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) steal a Lykan HyperSport and drive it through three of the towers.