Suha Hotel Apartments by Mondo
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... It was our anniversary, so we decided to splurge and get the nicest one they had to offer. This ended up being a mistake. The steak came out with a large tendon running through the middle. For the first time in our relationship, we had to send back an entree. However, the restaurant was very accommodating and brought us a different cut only a few minutes later. We spent the rest of the meal talking about memories from our first year together ...
... between 25 - 28 degrees, which seems cool to the locals. As this young guy he is talking, you could be mistaken that he is a running tap as sweat is just rolling down his face and nose. He seems totally oblivious to that occurring.
We do a bit of walking for the next five minutes but succumb to the heat and retreat back to our room. We are not particularly motivated today, as we near the end of our trip, and decide to ...
... museums. We might have to come back on 5 years. There were huge bridges over the water. Crossing Yas Island we saw Ferrari World, that we had not been interested in visiting although it was one of the main attractions. The other main attraction was a beautiful mosque that we saw on the way in but didn't have time to visit. Also on the island was an Ikea. They are everywhere. Half way to Dubai we saw a big crash. A flash Mercedes had obviously ...
... particularly India, Iran and some Europeans.
Our first stop was a photo opportunity at the Jameira Mosque said to be the most beautiful in Dubai. It is said that on Jameira Road there is a Mosque every 200 meters. We were told how many mosques there are in Dubai it is hundreds or thousands, can’t quite remember which! Driving to our next destination we got a glimpse of the World’s tallest building the Burj Khalifa.
... experience was trains thanks to my trips to aus, the fact they inly have 2 train lines and the helpful guy at reception I had this one sorted even managed to use the the ticket machine to get the right ticket. once In the old part of dubai the plan was to explore the souks and maybe get a bargain or two. so I put the map away and just wandered this area is so completely different to the rest of dubai and how dubai is portrayed. I would ...