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The true story of life in Bahrain. #futv S01E02

A summary of FUTV Travel S01EP02: Art, Architecture and Desert Life (Düsseldorf and Bahrain)
0:01 – Life in Bahrain
0:34 – Art in Düsseldorf
0:44 – Museum Kunstpalast
0:59 – Street Art in Düsseldorf
1:25 – Driving in Bahrain
1:47 – Expat Life in Bahrain
2:44 – Architecture in Düsseldorf (Daniel Libeskind & Frank O Gehry)
3:14 – Kaiserswerth Düsseldorf
3:38 – Hofgarten Düsseldorf
4:06 – Life in Bahrain
4:54 – Shopping on the Kö (Königsallee Düsseldorf)
5:03 – Sugarbird Cupcakes Düsseldorf
5:25 – Bahrain
5:53 – In the next FUTV Travel episode

We go to the Museum Kunstpalast where you can view anything from modern Art to the classic paintings of Dutch painter Peter Paul Rubens. Then we also view the street art thats spread all over the city.

Then we look at famous Architects like Daniel Libeskind and Frank O Gehry. We also travel back in time to Kaiserswerth and explore the ruins of Kaiserpfalz thats more than 800 years old.

And if you are tired of the city scapes you can go visit Hofgarten.

Visit a coffee shop and do some shopping at the Kö on a typical rainy day in Düsseldorf.

Frans shares with us his typical day in Bahrain and gives us a taste of Expat life in Bahrain.

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Cameras and Equipment used:
– Sony Alpha 6000
– Iphone 5
– Gorilla Pod

Music by: Joakim Karud

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This hotel used to be the Kempiski and has now be renamed. Nothing really has changed as far as i can see apart from logos. The hotel is attached to the Bahrain City Centre shopping mall which is the biggest in the kingdom. Thus giving shoppers a happy time. Big names and all you really need are in the mall as well as a cinema, food courts, bowling and water park. The hotel itself is plush on the surface it has a mezzanine level with bars and lounge. The standard room i was in was a little small if you ask me for a 5 star hotel. It had all you want the normal kettle safe robes tv internet (very slow by the way) mini bar shower and bath tub. The bed was good the views is nothing at all, this is because of the location a huge shopping mall by the highway main road so not a moan really. The spa is big with an outdoor pool with bar, the treatment are not cheap though. Breakfast is served on ground floor next to the coffee shop, it has a big selection but as always in most hotels is was nothing special. Over rating for me is again a 5 star hotel that is looking a little tired with over happy staff who say yes to everything but in many cases not on point. Check in i have to say was fast though. 85bhd per night plus taxes (20%) is pretty much as cheap as you will get here. Because of the size of the room i would not want to return, there are better places to stay in Bahrain for sure unless you need to be in a shopping mall. The grand ramee up the road has a much better sized room and larger bathroom and i would say is much better value. Check out the video for that on the channel.

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City Centre Bahrain which is a shopping mall in Manama, Bahrain and the largest shopping mall in the country. The shopping centre opened in 2008 and it claims 340 retail outlets, including the first Carrefour Hypermarket in Bahrain, and 60 dining outlets.

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