London Creek Hotel Apartments
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... but that was about all the time that we has as Geoff had booked us on a desert tour, leaving our hotel at about 3. Ohh yes I did buy something …Lunch!!!
We were picked up in a Toyota 4wheel drive. In the car was a family with 2 children, so 6 of us plus the driver. The driver didn’t talk much he had to be coached along to talk and he was very quietly spoken, so much so that I couldn’t hear him. It didn’t take us long to get out of ...
... were supposed to offer the best view. Security is pretty tight and access is via a private bridge to the actual hotel. The hotel is much bigger than it looks and is well over 200m high. The sky view bar, where we had our afternoon tea, is 170m above sea level. After looking around the main area we were invited in to a glass lift at the back of the hotel which takes you up to the bar. We were then shown our table...I'm not sure how we managed it but we pretty much got the ...
The day started with a visit to the Souq - the Dubai version of the Kasbah - located at Dubai Creek, the oldest part of town. There were hundreds of shops selling everything from cheap souvenir trinkets to silk pashminas and gold Mr. T Starter Kits.
Everywhere we went it was:
"Preeety lady, I make good price pashmina, " or
" Good mam-sir, you must ...
... at just before 5am, and watched the plane landing through our screens. Out of our window we could see the Burj Khalifa (worlds tallest building) flashing in the distance - very cool. We had about 2 hours to kill in the airport, which is very brand new and shiny looking. Lots of cool fountains and everything, like the plane, looks very expensive. Another visit to duty free to get some last minute bits :) Shortly we will be getting on our next flight to London - see you soon UK! ...
... together three years ago and insisted that everyone really tried to attend as some worked out of Dubai etc., Steve was expecting 16 in total. The menu again had an English theme, David and I had fish, chips and mushy peas then David had jam roly poly and birds custard, I had sherry trifle. Obviously the light changed as we were having our brunch and the vista was amazing. All the lights were coming on in the skyscrapers, the yachts ...