Al Waleed Palace Hotel Apartments Oud Metha
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last weekend I got a chance to enjoy the dinner with my family at Dhow Cruise Marina. I had heard a lot about the fascinating dhow cruise Marina so I decided to arrange a family dinner there. I am pleased to say that the experience of dinner at Dhow Cruise Marina was beyond my expectations.
In the evening, a luxurious chauffer driven Sedan came to pick us from ...
... no plans to drive here! It would be hard to say what impression we have of Dubai, because we haven't really seen it yet. The sand storm that delayed our flight is still lingering and producing a sort of yellow fog. I get it we are in a desert region, but it's supposed to be on the ground not floating in the air. The local opinion is that it will be over soon and we will have proper sun tomorrow. Let's see! So we went for ...
... of UAE existence. We stopped to see the exterior of Jumeriah mosque, walked through time in the Dubai museum, took an abra (type of boat) water taxi across the Dubai Creek to the spice markets, toured through the gold market area and made a stop to see handmade gold rugs. The architecture here is incredibly diverse and unique... mostly. They like to do things bigger and better than "in the states", like how they copied the Chrysler ...
... watched” lol They were truly gems. We all took pictures together and I left feeling satisfied that I had done a good job in the Middle East.
I went back to the hotel, with a few hours to kill. I figured I would go to the bar and watch on TV the Formula 1 race that was happening an hour away in Abu Dhabi. I met this awesome British guy, Daniel, at the bar. We talked for hours. 29-year-old guy who works in the oil industry. We laughed, talked about being godless, ...
... buildings and our favourite A380 was easily distinguished - a huge lumbering thing that seemed to take forever to gain height. We also spotted the fort of old Dubai, now a museum, plus mosques and minarets amongst modern office buildings, palm trees lining the promenades and cormorants perched on buoys drying their wings, but all that was for tomorrow.
It was a lovely journey and we returned to the landing stage all ...