Fortune Classic Hotel Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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We drove onto Wafi mall and checked out the underground Turkish markets, it's a really awesome! More just buying dresses and dish dashes. Yes that's right. Dish dashes are the local white gowns and turban type things that the men wear.
Back to the hotel for the night to get ready for our flight to Turkey.. Get pumped!!
Late morning we took a taxi to Madinat Jumeirah which is a hotel and restaurant complex with a souk just next to the Burj al Arab, the 7 star hotel. We wandered around and looked at the lovely scarves and other handicrafts. On time we made our way to the entrance gate of the Burj al Arab which you can only pass if you are a hotel guest or have a reservation in one of their restaurants. Our reservation was for the 13.00 seating ...
... and soon met the Trainors in the public reception area. The girls were excited to see us and had even drawn a banner which they hung in the entrance to their house.
They live in an area of Dubai called The Springs. Apparently there is a shortage of names here so the developments are The Springs 1-10 with the Meadows 1-10 across the highway. Technically they live in Springs 4. The majority of houses here are what are called Arabian Ranch style houses constructed of ...
... large lounge/ dining room all rather American.
First priority has been to catch up on some sleep before trying to adjust our body clocks to the new time zone. Tomorrow we have arranged for a 4 hour tour of Dubai so now sitting on the balcony enjoying the late afternoon sun and temperatures in the low twenties with a gentle breeze to blow away thoughts of snow and frost into distant memories - bliss!!
... where their whole face is exposed, their wearing of either, along with the abaya (cloak), gives me, as a passerby, no choice but to focus on their eyes when I look at them. It's somewhat intimate and definitely mysterious and causes me to want to know more about them. It's not hard to come to the realization that in our western culture we size up a person and form dozens of split second opinions based on what a person ...