London Creek Hotel Apartments
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... shops with suited men who opened the doors to customers who pressed buzzers, and a few items in the windows that had no prices on them. Probably weren't giveaways either.
Spent the remainder of the day on the Hop On bus tour, happily air conditioned. The tour of the city introduced us to the totally over-the-top developments and the ostentatious city. We stopped at the Dubai Mall, which is the largest shopping mall in the world, because thats what you do ...
... all other restaurants and cafes would be closed until after 7 pm. Very ******* us. We had tickets to go up the tallest building in the world, The Burj Khalifa, we went as far as the 125 floor. The building was started in 2004 and was completed in 2010 at a cost of €1.25 billion. Today the views were not that clear due to sand haze which hampered our views of the palms. Tonight it appears to have cleared ...
... good grief where on earth did you find those?" They are Raybans so that makes it all better! We didn't realise just how exhausting it was walking around in the heat and although the mall offered a brief opportunity to cool down and pick up a few postcards, Jeremy Clarkson book, and athletes foot cream (thanks to the water park) we were fairly damp upon returning to the hotel. A very quick change and turn around and we headed off to the famous brunch. Brunches are not like ...
... of pashminas and Gucci handbags. (did they think there was something wrong with my well travelled M& S one?)
After that we decided to go back to the hotel, again by water taxi. We had lunch outside a Lebanese cafe, then sat at the pool for a while.
Tonight we've packed our cases which we plan to leave here tomorrow while we're out and about. We don't get picked up till after 11 pm.
The management sent us a cookie ...
Minor confusion with me working out which plane that I was to take on the second leg to Dubai. Solution is look at your itinerary and realise that with code sharing, one could be on either an Emirates or Qantas plane. More importantly, once my tired brain had understood that on the boarding card which had no gate number or seating zone printed on it, what the difference is between the boarding time and departure time is to ...