Sharjah Beach Hotel
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... could have a look around and get lost a bit before I went up the Burj Khalifa, I managed to find a pandora shop and brought an elephant charm for Thailand and a goodbye clip to kind of some up my trip so far.. Didn't know what to get for dubai!! after that I went down and got a subway for lunch before queuing up to the Burj Khalifa 'on the top experience' the lift went up really quickly and my ears popped but on the 124 floor the view was amazing and I took ...
... in the balcony. Actually with Darata we got an amazing room/ apartment in the hotel. Not sure how that happened but we were supposed to stay in different place and than "we got upgraded" and we had big balcony with a clear view to table mountain and so close to everything that we just enjoyed chilling there mostly in the evenings. Victoria and Alfred waterfront is amazing place to be but much ...
... 400 metres - it is an internal air-conditioned walkway.
Although we are not 'shoppers' there is much more to this mall than just the shopping experience. It has an underwater aquarium, with the Perspex tunnels that you can walk through like at Kelly Tarltons in Auckland. We did not feel the need to actually go in, you can have a great view from any where along the 33 metre wide, 8 metre high Perspex wall that fronts into the ...
... SMS, a good range of entertainment including new release movies. I watched Iron Man 3 (which I enjoyed) and Oblivion (which am glad I hadn't paid money to see). We arrived in Dubai at midnight and it was 01:00am before our luggage came off the airplane. The taxi queue was at least another 30 minute. Five stars to Emirates for the ride, one star for the airport. I climbed into bed at 02:00am (12:00 midnight Amsterdam time), one very weary ...