Hotel Genius Downtown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dubai airport was so busy, and it was only 5 am. Must be chaos at peak times. We had about three hours to wait for our next flight and this was spent mostly sitting on the floor reading. We got the call to board and were sent downstairs and then herded onto buses which drove all over the airport and it took so long that we thought that we being …
... at the correct address, and sure enough, there is what appears to be quite a big dentists’ practice there. (I later learn there are 10 dentists and that they are open 6 days from 9 am ~ midnight, and from 2 ~ 7 pm on Sunday.)
I manage to get in the front door, after trying to pull & push & then push the button on the intercom. As is often the case in Monza (Italy?), the outside door is locked and must be released by the reception staff, and only ...
... s, crazy parking (we never parked on a corner or double parked so we are clearly not locals!) snowy mountain roads and everything in between. I must admit, I was relieved to sign it back in. We have checked in at an Airport hotel tonight to save us having to drive through the "traffico intenso" tomorrow morning. It is almost goodbye Italy, for now ...
Today is Easter Friday … agreed?
But many companies work today – it's not a public holiday the way it is in NZ. Huh?
And in case you’re interested, yes, Easter Monday is a public holiday.
To start you off properly as you leave work for the long weekend, everyone says "Felice pasqua" or ...
... waited as long as they could but our plane had just left. It was Saturday morning and we figured we had just done a version of our Newy Park Run. We were booked on to another flight that left 3 hours later but from Gate A69 which, with some twist of German design logic, was not 27 Gates further along but in the opposite direction (back to A1 and then another 27 gates!). The net effect of this ...