Al Waleed Palace Hotel Apartments Oud Metha
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... so we figure there has to be plenty of both choice and food. We learn the next day that there are no fewer than fifteen restaurants, cafés and bars in the hotel.
We had a marvellous meal, each eating the biggest dessert we possibly ever have. A pair of porkers leave the restaurant slightly heavier than when we arrived.
On the way back to our room, we visit the aquarium which is a focal point in the hotel. It is ...
... drive to the reserve, we had a short stop at a camel farm. Photos were taken and no one got spat at. The camels were nice, one came over and placed its backside near the fence (people moved away just in case there was going to be a surprise) and another came wandering over to us to say hi. We weren’t sure what it was wanting so we kept a respectable distance and had a nice chat to it.
While we were whispering to camels, the drivers were deflating our tyres in ...
... class as the seem to keep swapping around every 15 minutes. Like musical chairs, when the engine stopped the well suited one of the family smacked his head on an open overhead locker that was open while trying to get to the front first. Shouldn't laugh or else it's a loss if 'face' so the guy in 25C had to chew on his fist. It's ok now ...
Today consisted of doing a whole lot of nothing! My only accomplishment of the day, you ask? Completely burning the backs of my legs. Oops, forgot the reapply rule! I guess my goal was new tan lines, so I succeeded! We did have dinner tonight at the One and Only Royal Mirage. My first taste of Morracan food. Not bad, but I don't know that I'll run right out ...
... consumers of water as well. Most of the irrigation is drip irrigation, using 24,000,000 gallons of water a day on the gardens. Our bus tour took us to the Palms Jumeria were we visited the Atlantis hotel (we're not allowed in but had an excellent ice cream in the shopping area) then pasted the Burg Al Arab, the only 7star hotel in the world (no visitors unless you are a guest or booked for a restaurant or high tea, but we could not get a ...