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Harmony: Roses and Callas
Warm Sunshine: Sunflowers
Subtle Freshness: Roses and Lilies
The Perfect Match: Roses and Lilies
Seminyak: Sunflowers & Chrysanthemums
For My Inspiration: 24 Red Roses
Love Cocktail: Roses and Lilies
Tokyo: Sunflowers and Red Roses
Familial Love: White Lilies and Gerberas
Happy Day: White Roses and Alstroemerias
Vibrancy: Yellow and Pink Roses
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Prompt delivery to a remote town in Italy.
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Bahamas: Lisianthus and Pink Carnations
Floral Energy: Mixed Orange Flowers
Confetti: Sunflowers and Lilies
Peach Flavour: Lilies and Roses
FLOWER DELIVERY TO AL AIN
Friends, relatives and loved ones living in the hot, dusty lands of the United Arab Emirates will be delighted to receive a gift of flowers. Al Ain is a historic city in Abu Dhabi, which lies on the old caravan route to Oman. It is often called the ‘Oasis City’ or the ‘Garden City,’ and its name means ‘the spring’ in Arabic. It is full of fascinating heritage, with many ancient forts, prehistoric tombs and a traditional camel market. Al Ain is one of the oldest inhabited places in the world, and is the emirate of Abu Dhabi’s second largest city.
Like many parts of the Arab world, Al Ain also has lots of new attractions, with a theme park, wildlife park and water park, and many sporting facilities such as a world-class go-karting track. Maybe your friends and relatives escape the desert heat by strolling in the Al Ain Oasis Park, where ancient water channels lie in the shade of thousands of palm trees. They will certainly appreciate it when you send a flower delivery to Al Ain, whether they are to celebrate personal events such as birthdays and weddings, or to mark local celebrations such as Eid or Accession Day.