Al Deyafa Hotel Apartments 3
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... which would have a capacity of 170 million visitors making it the world’s biggest airport and how customer-centric the facility is going to be – with facial recognition, fast exits (passengers only walk 400m) and baggage handling from door to door.
Then we went on to meet the Chamber of Commerce who were very informative about how to do business in Dubai and how Dubai is an attractive market because of tax-free regulations. We ...
Anyone who's followed this blog since the beginning will know that we're fans of the open top bus. A city without an open top bus route is just not a city worth visiting, and this city has 3 routes! Today we opted for the red route which covered mostly the old original city of Dubai. We enjoyed the wind in our hair so much that we missed the stop and had to get a taxi back to Creek Park.
Creek Park is ...
... in the sights of such an incredibly unique place like Dubai. Finally the time came for us to head back down and of course we had to wait in line once again in order to board the elevators for the ride to the bottom.
The final stop on our city tour was the one that Bree had been looking forward to the most, we were finally going to go to High Tea somewhere in the world! As we headed towards the Burj Al Arab we learned a few fun things about the hotel we were about ...
... Dining together overlooking the bay and the Abu Dhabi corniche with the soaring domes of Emirates Palace behind us was a perfect counterpart to the dinner in Dubai and helped seal a fantastic 4 day span of tourism and relaxation in the UAE
Satisfied with our tourist life, we returned to Dubai in time to celebrate the New Year on the beach. No, we did not see the famous Burj Khalifa firework show nor was the Burj al Arab show visible ...
... and prices set by govt. no obvious eating places but found nice Creekside(?) Cafe for a coffee watching the river scene. Cab to Dubai Mall in arvo. Just another shopping Mall but bigger with expensive stock. Watched disappointing fountain display in evening and had expensive and ordinary meal in outdoor section of a Lebanese ...