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... Ramadan). At 4;30pm we had a reservation to go to the top of the tallest tower in the world (124th floor for a price of €65 for both tickets). In 1 min you are on the top. Fantastic view on the top despite hazy weather. We came back again with a Pakistani taxi driver,. We were happy but ...
... at the beach only ?!?! That's very interesting and I thought it would be the other way around? All immigration procedures are very straight forward and fast. No waiting at all. Best example was my medical check with is needed before you get your work permit. My company booked an appointment to avoid standing in the queue. It was given for the next day at 8:20 am . When we arrived at the medical center there were a lot of people sitting and waiting and I had ...
... had to don an abaya to cover her hair and ankles in order to enter and once when posing for a picture, Paul had his arm around her and security came and put a stop to that! No overt affection to be shown between a man and a woman! After that we went to the Emirates Palace, once started as a the home for Zayed but he died before its completion and it is now a five star hotel - and another OMG moment! Such opulence! We decided to sit down in the grand foyer ...
... back more than 200 years. In reflection of the diversity of the Islamic world and the United Arab Emirates, the collection comprises material in a broad range of languages including Arabic, English, French, Italian, Spanish, German and Korean.
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque's design and construction 'unites the world', using artisans and materials from many countries including Italy, Germany, Morocco, Pakistan, India, Turkey, Malaysia, Iran, China, United Kingdom, ...
... through the giant marble courtyard.
Before we entered the mosque, we had to remove our shoes, and I was surprised at how cool the white marble was even under the blazing sun. However, when I stepped on the colored marble (used in the design), it wasn't as cool so I tried to stick to the white. When I walked inside, I was amazed at the beauty around me. It was absolutely breathtaking. The carpet, even after having been walked on by millions of bare feet, ...