Al Deyafa Hotel Apartments 3
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After a slight delay at the Dubai Airport after we arrived, we were driven to the Raddison Hotel, about 10 minutes drive from the Airport, and checked into our reasonably comfortable room for a 6 hour kip.
We had a lovely breakfast before heading back to the Airport for our flight to Prague.
Our Dubain adventure continues with a visit to Atlantis, an hotel complex on The Palm, a man-made island in the shape of a palm tree. In Dubai, if you can dream it they have the money to build it. The Palm is an island in the shape of a palm tree constructed from dredged up sand. Each frond of the tree is a street so every home has waterfrontage. David Beckham and his wife, Scary Spice, have a ...
... hockey and football. Football on ice with skates.
Police officers should have retro, or throw back day like the major league baseball and NFL football teams do where they where they put on the Keystone Cops outfits. Not cost effective, but humorous enough to create a little good will with the public.
Ancient Greeks began keeping records of their Olympic feats like the discus as far back as 776 BC. Do any of their accomplishments stack ...
... time constraint of getting picked up at 3pm, we rejoined the Big Red bus tour to cross the Creek into Deira. We passed the entrance to the Old Souk with its fabrics and moneychangers, then looked over the wall of the Heritage Village to see reconstructed houses, dhows and a sheik's house – we’ll have to visit all these next time.
Next was the bridge over the Creek to Deira and the souks (markets), via the ...
... seen anything like it. It's one of the largest malls in the world. So. Many. Shops. The girls back home would love it, every designer you can think of all housed in marble. There's a massive fountain at the entrance, massive open areas of carved stone and everything is immaculate. Even the toilets. Until I committed a little war crime in there. Leaving there I headed back to the hotel in the hope of finding the bar and waiting to get check ...