The contemporary cubed entrance of Zuma let’s you know this place is not your ordinary restaurant. Entering into the cube I felt like I was joining a secret club or something obscure which felt a little adventurous.
Looking for something a little different? How about grabbing your braut loving friends and getting your German on at Brahaus’ 2015 Springfest at the Beach Rotana Hotel April 15-24th? Set up in the courtyard of the Beach Rotana it looks like a mini Bavarian village with all things […]
Decorated in a bold techie decor with a pattern of vibrant colors, bold stripes and the sleek twisted stainless steel mechanisms of the roller coaster railings, ROGO’S is where food meets amusement. If it weren’t for the lack of concert style lighting and throbbing club music I would think it is required to buckle up for the ride, but you don’t, because the only thing that is making loops, spirals and spins at approximately 2-8 km/h is your food coming down a tornado track!
Candylicious is not just a candy store— it is a sweet tooth destination chocked full of 4,000 assorted sweets; or as they like to call it a feast for the senses. It kind of gives me a psychedelic sugar buzz just walking in. It’s a candyland on steroids, a color wheel spun out of control, a mish mosh of all things scrumptious and definitely every child’s dream come true.
There they were. A cozy cuddle of six kittens closely snuggled up directly under my car tire. Thank goodness when I pulled out of the garage for the morning school commute that they were in front of the wheel and not behind. It could have been a terribly traumatic experience for Mini.
Whoa…what do you mean that’s a real pisser? I am no Lily Librarian. I have seen and heard a fair amount in my life but I didn’t expect my ten year-old to use the word pisser straight in my face.
We start our series of Interviews for International Women’s Day with the founder of The Abu Dhabi PTA, Ms. Gina Dillon.