Abidos Hotel Apartment - Al Barsha
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If you Search a good and comfortable place to rest after your business ; this is the suitable place , you only need to do a Research but quickly this place is too popular..
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... menu was 140 Dirham, which is crazy expensive. One of the most expensive on the menu was 15,000 Dirham. Although we are staying in the most luxurious hotel in the world, we are still on Travel Agent salaries! We turned around and went back out. It was nice to see what it looked like though. I think I'd be more persuaded during daylight, when you can see a bit more.
Once again, I am incredibly heavy eyed after a big day. I'm off to bed! See you tomorrow for my last entry for Dubai. ...
We arrived safely in Dubai after 14 hours, several movies and one wee. We landed somewhere on the outskirts of Dubai Int airport and were transported by bus for at least 15 minutes into the terminal. After being stopped going through customs, geez people - haven't you seen a hair curler before..... we were on our way to the hotel. We spent the day checking out the ...
... and the people watching here was absolutely amazing. The real reason for our visit on the tour though was not the mall itself, but two of the attractions that the mall hold or is a part of. Our first stop was the Dubai Aquarium which we had the chance to spend some time going through on our own before reconnoitering with the group a bit later. On our flight from Venice to Cape Town on Emirates Airline we saw a commercial for a feature of the aquarium, the King Croc and ...
Later in the dark and after circling Dubai landed at 8.40 pm local time.
As my bags were checked all the way through to Auckland, first I had to go through Passport Control / immigration. Tried the E gate with no luck, so had to queue up ...
... edge of Dubai Creek where the many floating restaurants and tourist dhows were being cleaned and polished for later, when they would come alive in the evening.
Heading back to the hotel we ventured into a local shopping street where the main focus was lighting, chandeliers, lamps etc. all very blingy, in shop after shop. Then there was a shopping centre selling mainly fur coats and jackets, most very outlandish by UK ...