Al Deyafa Hotel Apartments 3
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... wide open lava flows of Iceland. However, without fear of contradiction, the luxury of the facilities in Dubai is beyond the fabled 7 stars. Glistening and bejewelled, the public toilets in the malls, airport and hotels were like they had never been used, and the attention of the attendants to every detail suggested they would help with the paperwork if requested.
5% of Dubai's income is from Oil, and they know its running out (gone by 2040) so they ...
... iftar dinner at yacht is refreshingly original. The family friendly venue allows you to admire the beauty of nature by enjoying the breathtaking views of exotic Dubai Sea under the beautiful glow of the setting sun. Having an iftar party on yacht will give you the most memorable experience that you have not enjoyed before. Sail away on incredibly amazing culinary adventure with the blend of mouth watering cuisines, mesmerizing views and luxurious ...
... settings. Each dome was a different theme. I've been to a few Butterfly houses but I have to say this was the best by far. This evening we headed back to a shopping centre and had our last ride on the Metro. I discovered a place called New York Fries that specialised in Poutine. I had Poutine whilst in Canada and haven't had anything come close to how good it was. Not even Lord Of The Fries can replicate the taste but New York Fries were very ...
... close to the Burj al Arab and past the newer Jumeirah Hotel and conference centre owned by Dubai’s ruling family. We alighted at the beach and took photos of the Burj - the beach was sandy white and a great backdrop to the Arabian Gulf with the giant “sail” structure of the Burj in the back ground.
We drove back past many large houses and past a few malls before reaching the ...
... pushing around. Then it was back down the road to JBR where a much needed bath and shower awaited, before firstly standing outside the hotel entrance and pouring the sand out of my shoes! Tomorrow it's an early start (0700), that's 0400 for most of you, for breakfast and then off to the souk as Aladdin wants to have a "good haggle" and wants no less than 3 hours to "play"! We are also hoping to catch up with Captain Abu over afternoon tea, which should be fun. "Toodles" one and ...