Tulip Inn FZ LLC
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... more attentive than on Qantas, although we do miss the cultural familiarity...
- the food and wine was superb: Verve and French reds along with crab, prawns etc
- the lounge in Dubai can only be described as opulent, and indeed the entire terminal is pretty nice. We resisted the temptation to do any jewellery shopping, instead enjoying lots of bottled ...
... had overlapped on a couple of cities, but that I added Siena, his reaction was, "oh yes, Catherine of Siena. She's buried in Rome, of course." I was pretty sure I had nailed him. He was a very pleasant travelling companion, a very friendly and polite chap who had no difficulty relaxing into calling me by name. That was very nice. Despite that, we didn't have too much to do with each other because we kept drifting into and out of sleep, or at least attempting to by adopting ...
Yesterday we kept things cool, so today we wanted to heat things up with a desert Safar! To start off our day we had a full meal and then took a rout that most of the locals venture off into. Sugested to take a taxi, we refuted and headed to the subway aka Metro. Once in the subway i had funny flasbacks of my sister Razilee barley missing the subway in London and laughed to myself. Reaching our stop we headed by foot through the time machine of Dubai ...
... so we laid out flat and wiggled our toes. We snoozed a bit, slept a bit and bounced up and down due to turbulence an awful lot.
We enjoyed a good walk at Dubai and a train ride to the other end of the terminal. Now we are waiting in the Business Lounge to board our A380.....
...I had to pack away really quickly just then as we were called to board. ...
... and landing at Dubai.
Dubai Airport - no surprises really. Singapore was more impressive, but more related to the extreme cleanliness than anything else. Dubai is clearly a transit zone and the Arab wealth is visible in the architecture, internal water features (which Lucy compared to the Silesia Shopping Centre in Katowice!) and expensive retail brands. I was quite surprised to see a Boots Chemist here, although not selling the wide array of British goods sadly. ...