Al Waleed Palace Hotel Apartments Oud Metha
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way to Dubai, were given menus for the food choices, had access to 2000 channels of entertainment and had a smooth flight. D even had amazing city views of both Singapore and Kuala Lumpur lit up at night as well as front row seats to an electric storm (L slept). Now, as we arrived a little before schedule we have 3 hours to kill at yet another airport. Luckily moving between gates here can take up to 50 minutes given the size of the airport so that should help a ...
... made it to the huge Emirates Mall. Pleased to be inside because outside was steamy hot. Had to be back at the hotel about 2pm to get ready for our Safari so speed shopping was done. Charlotte knew basically what she wanted so headed to those shops which were not in NZ - went to Victorias Secret, H&M and Forever 21. She successfully spent her money which she had for Dubai - did seem very good value. Got a ...
We have survived after a broken sleep, 14 hr journey travelling on an Emirates A380-800. Arriving at this huge airport we and 400 odd other passengers changed from the plane on to buses that took us to their arrival terminal took a good 15-20 minutes driving around under buildings, dodging other buses ...
... of the ancient beautiful structure has been destroyed. It would be incredible if they rebuilt it as it was. The builders look like the same guys who did the Fremantle Prison as the base structure is made out of the same stuff. Lol. Now I am off for an explore of the city. Meet the tour tonight and then tomorrow it starts. Walked for miles today. Wandered through the back streets and found some interesting spots. Plaka reminds me a ...
... bags of the covered ones, it was very clear they were not poor. And although it’s a major Arab city, virtually every sign in the mall was in English often without the equivalent Arabic displayed.
A visit to the apparently famous Barasti Bar was recommended but I was disappointed. It has a strong Australian influence (Fosters beer prominent) and in full daylight was looking a bit tired. I could imagine it however swings ...