Al Jawhara Gardens Hotel
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... of shopping centre over four levels and every imaginable shop from Dior to Jimmy Choo to Krispy Kreme donuts. Ski Dubai was amazing with lifts, freestyle area, tobogganing, rock climbing, as well as an après lounge complete with 'log' fire.
Getting a bite to eat proved difficult as Ramadan started today and there's no eating in public from dawn ...
... I asked as soon as I was able, which doors to go through. The next steps were to find the gatelounge after the train ride, then get some juice for breakfast. I had hoped to get airport freewifi and it said I could but it didn't eventuate. That meant wandering the Duty Free with no interest in buying, going to the toilet, walking around to stretch my legs then back to the gate lounge. So another 4 hours passed until I was permitted to sit in the second level of gate lounges. ...
... the modernism. From the moment I arrived I was in love with Dubai!
Due to excitement and nervousness I did not sleep at all on the airplane, despite the fact that Emirates provided the comforts of a pillow, blanket, socks and an eye mask! I thought I would have a hard time adjusting to the different time zone on a lack of sleep, but I had an adrenaline rush of excitement running through me all ...
... good service. Only shortcoming - they had run out of landing cards for Oz. When I asked how they had managed that, the stewardess told me "they put lots on the plane, but gradually they run out"! I suggested that it might be a good plan to replenish them before they ran out, but she didn't seem totally convinced.
After a huge sumptuous buffet breakfast at the hotel we set out for our tour of Dubai.
Our gude was excellent - giving us lots of facts regarding the United Arab Emirates. The UAE consists of 7 states, each with a royal family. Succession is not automatic - the Sheik appoints a crown prince - the most capable person to govern. There is also an elected body of common people who propose ...