Lotus Hotel Apartments & Spa, Dubai Marina
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... Whilst travelling up in the elevator the doors open up and provide a breathtaking 360 degree view of the city, the desert and the ocean.
Once I had reached the top of the tower I couldn't believe my eyes. This was definitely a once in a life time experience as you will never have the opportunity to see the world at this height ever again. At the top of the tower ...
... never got to the end? They were mostly small stalls owned and run by the different trading companies from all over the world. We had the toys and gimmicks from the Asian countries. Out door furniture, statues, plastic flowers by the millions. Dress and clothes shops, bag, shoes, plumbing, all electrical tools, carpet, lighting fixtures, baths, sinks, floor tiles, ...
... a beautiful symbol of hopes, dreams and aspirations, and a symbol of friendship. A BEAUTIFUL birthday, never to be forgotten.... And then there was today, the day I begin my travels! We woke up early, and Becky and I set off to the airport. We had plenty of time so parked and had a morning costa coffee - for those of you who know me well, me not having my costa fix for months on end may be the hardest challenge!! I don't even have my costa card in my possession anymore!! ...
... the port, we went to the Jumeirah Beach area where we were able to clearly see the Burj Al Arab. We took plenty of pictures here. After the beach we went to the Palm Jumeirah. On a personal note, I think this place was really overhyped. Yeah sure, it's an island shaped like a palm tree, that's nice. But when you actually go onto the island, you can't tell what it's shaped like at all! Even after going all the way to ...
... order biriyani fish and accompanying vegetable curries.
We visited the Dubai Mall, the world's largest mall, wandering for hours over the many different levels and themed areas. Ant paid €80 (he almost cried) to go up Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building - impressive, but worth the exorbitant price, probably not!!
Over all too quickly, we packed our bags again for the last leg of our journey Malaysia and ...