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AED 300.00 Nett for Airport Drop Off (Terminals 3)
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... junk shop souvenirs and the girls had a henna tattoo done on their hands which looked quite cool. We braved the heat and went outside to watch the musical fountains under the Burj Khalifa which were quite spectacular even though the show was only the length of Whitney's "I will always love you"
We queued for a 8 seater taxi and made it back to the hotel just after 11. The mall was still in full swing when we left. Things open late round here - 10am till 1am seems the norm. ...
... We definitely didn't fit in. Will had mentioned to them it was our honeymoon and they upgraded us to the executive suite. When we walk in our room we are amazed by the size of the room. It's like a small apartment. Massive bed and little lounge area. We settled in and headed out to the Dubai Mall. This mall is the biggest in the world. We thought let's give it a try since everyone who goes to Dubai goes to the Dubai mall. Again we weren't overly impressed. Except for ...
... is on a man-made island in the shape of a palm tree. It was nice to look around inside, outside there was water theme park as well as a flying fox.
Back on the mono rail and another stop, this time we have to get a taxi as well. This is to the world's first 7star hotel, The Burj- Al-Arab …The Tower of the Arabs …its shaped like a ships sail. It is the most photographed hotel in the world. This hotel is built partly into the sea, ...
... to an ATM, and then the same in the other direction to the "Irish Village", which was basically a series of Irish pubs with a huge outdoor area and live music - very busy and very loud. We decided to head along to the next "village", Century Village, which had 12 restaurants, all vying for business. We ended up with a "sandwich", which I guess it was, but it was a foccacia loaf cut in half with pulled pork, capsicum, a delicious gravy ...