Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence
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... tallest, busiest, newest, shiniest, most expensive. Strangely there wasn't a lot of people, but when the arterials through the city are 5-7 lanes in each direction, traffic moves really fast. Not a lot of people on the streets either, but we found that because of the heat and transport options mean that there are few pedestrians as there is just no need to, nor comfort in, walking.
The evening was dominated by dinner and watching the famous Burj ...
... little. We then went to the Dubai Mall and were told that the food court was open for children and non fasting patrons, so we headed there for a bite to eat before going to see the dancing water show. This finally started around 7:30, however very short compared to what they put on 5 years ago. We then checked out the aquarium and the ice rink which are inside the shopping mall before catching a taxi to our ...
... bus. Yay.
Today we are going on a Princess Shore Excursion that takes us to the Museum and the Gold Souk. We’ll also get a photo opportunity of the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Mosque before going back to the ship in time for sail away
Our shore excursion
Our bus is not full but certainly is reasonably full – there are two buses today and we both seem to wait a long time ...
... her affections for the whole show, so we had a good laugh at least.
While a bit commercial feeling, overall it was a fun night and since Emma was able to give us 2-for-1 discount vouchers it was definitely worth the money spent on it. It was a little disappointing that there were no falcons as listed as Bailey would have liked to have held one, but it would have also made it more rushed if we had another "thing" to try to fit in before ...
... version out here. They are on a Friday to celebrate the weekend (it's the equivalent to their Sunday) and everyone lets their hair down. It's essentially held in all the big hotels and is as much as you can drink and eat: wine, beer, cocktails, spirits and then Italian, Chinese, Indian, English, local, etc. like everything here its vast, room after room of food which you help yourself too. It was great. Aladdin had a roast but... "Not quite as good as mummy's." Incidentally ...