Visitors toured the Kingdom of Bahrain tent on Tuesday, which has been a popular stop at the World Equestrian Games. Last  Saturday, the line was out the door. In addition to learning about the Arab nation, visitors get freebies after walking through.
Visitors toured the Kingdom of Bahrain tent on Tuesday, which has been a popular stop at the World Equestrian Games. Last Saturday, the line was out the door. In addition to learning about the Arab nation, visitors get freebies after walking through.
Visitors toured the Kingdom of Bahrain tent on Tuesday, which has been a popular stop at the World Equestrian Games. Last Saturday, the line was out the door. In addition to learning about the Arab nation, visitors get freebies after walking through.

Freebies make Bahrain's WEG tent very popular

October 07, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 09, 2010 11:13 PM

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