Pelican Cove Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
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We left London Gatwick Airport this morning to fly to Dubai, the highlight was a complimentary upgrade to Business Class which made the 7 hour flight delightful, French champagne and silver service as well as fully reclining seats. Arrived about 8.00pm so saw nothing of City, although very well lit streets and ...
... I almost cried. It was because I am lighter that it is harder to stop so I just went straight into the door and couldn't stop. Some places (there's too many to name)- At some places the food was magnificent and in some places they were nice or ok but some were really enjoyable. Lake Como- We had great food and and enjoyable bedroom but I had to sleep in the same room as Mr Snorey snore (Dad) but it was quite ...
... so used to captivity the keepers stay in the enclosure with them and have taught them tricks I'm not usually a fan of animals in captivity but these tigers did seem very happy and they are only out the front for a limited time each day. In the evening we just got some pizzas and relaxed with a ...
... played themed music when we were getting close to each place, I'm sure he preferred that to our whaling for two hours previously to some rather old girly music. Once again I got convinced to buy a bottle of wine I wonder how many journeys it will last this time ( I think one). The view from the wineries was stunning so we decided to take some cool jumping photos. Not considering the strength of the wind there were pictures including some nudity, that's why it was girls ...
... silly science, plaster painting, sun catchers, scavenger hunts and a mini golf championship winning paddle pops. I think their enthusiasm showed how much they miss school and the interaction with others who aren't Mum and Dad. We used this time on a couple of occasions to nick across to the shops and check out the bargains or just pop into the supermarket. During our trip Nash has out grown his trike (sorry to those ...