Al Rawda Arjaan By Rotana
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... ahead too you can see the towering Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab from a distinctive perspective. The flight will keep you in the skies for about 45 minutes departing from the Dubai Creek Golf.
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... first port in a whirlwind 17 day car tour of Turkey highlights with Greg in the driver's seat. Despite his original confidence in his ability to navigate the treacherous Turkish roads (he says if I can drive in Italy I can drive anywhere) I was not inspired by his latest remark that he hopes he hasn't bitten off more than he can chew. If I stop blogging any time in the next 21/2 weeks, suspect that we are either languishing in a Turkish hospital somewhere or ...
... The carpet in the main prayer hall covers over 5625 square meters and was hand knotted by 1200 women using 35 tonnes of wool and 12 tons of cotton! This is the largest carpet in the world and is valued at over 30 million dollars!
The chandelier located in the main prayer hall, one of seven is worth over 8 million dollars is 10 meters tall, weighs nine tonnes and is made of millions of Swarovski crystals and 21K plated gold.
... out to the mall pretty much adjacent to the hotel. It's only a short walk but I lost count of the number of times we were approached by men who come up to us, pull a mobile phone out of their pocket and say "iPhone 6, small price". As much as I might usually like buying expensive electrical items from random strangers on the street, I declined all their kind offers! The mall was glitzy by UK standards, but small compared to what we had seen in Dubai. Still no ...
... area to take a car to our home for the next couple of nights.
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