Access during regular hours of the cafe. As always, we encourage visitors to support our local hosts—and trying the mint lemonade will make that request very easy!
Addresses are a little tricky in Al Fahidi, so better to go with this link to XVA Hotel’s map.
Here is how to contact the XVA Cafe
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone: +9714 3535383 Fax: +9714 3535988
Public dedication was wonderful, but quite delayed because, in the linear world, it was Diwali, the Indian Festival of Light, so the traffic delayed people up to 90 minutes!!!
This was Kcymaerxthaere installation #080 and the first in what we call the United Arab Emirates.
Text of the Marker
The part of the story installed here:
Towards the Behlnajk
In the times of the Kcymaerxthaere, not far from this spot, was a legendary Wirld, which, in the Cognate tongue, means “the place of gathering one’s thoughts.” From such places, the responsible of myriad gwomes began their journeys to build their part of the Desert Behlnajk, or “Whorl of the World,” one of the great nested multi-dimensional spirals here on what we call the Earth that honor all non-combatants who perish in war. Behlnajki, the term used for these penitent builders, originally referred to generals but now includes all who lead others into battle. Such as Qui Xi, Nora Hawkes, Nobunaga-Gaisen and Sarge Brannan among others did their share of work on this vast, perhaps uncompletable, remembrance.
Aftermath of the Battle of Some Times
- (Towards the Behlnajk) باتجاه البيلهنا جك
- Savior of a Friend
- Lockstep (Sabay na paghakbang)
- Cave without Walls (无壁之穴)
- The Next Step (次の道程)
- Faltese Pømzhirl Impact Site (Triangles)
- Hongsedaunt (Interpreter Villages)
- The Lichen Messiah