Al Khaleej Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAl Khaleej Palace Hotel Dubai
The room was much better than other hotels over there.I really enjoyed living over there the traditional food was very nice, there was a very nice swimming pool where I went every day to swim .
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... was nice, lots of markets (bit touristy) selling scarfs and souvenirs etc. but a nice escape from the indoor malls I got a scarf for 20 Dirhams (£4)
Soon after me and Corrine headed back to the hostel as we lost the other two, I was a bit lost as what to do as Riaz was meant to meet me today but he cancelled as he had a last minute meeting in Abu Dhabi (apparently!)
So after going gym and eating noodles I decided to go to the ...
... yep go snow skiing. This was a highlight of the whole holiday. Only in Dubai do you find such an amazing facility. Whilst Ben attacked the slopes we went to the snow park and had fun with Ned. The kid is fearless. There were a couple of rides that he was just tall enough for and he was into with his ears pinned back. Talk about cold. -4 degrees and despite ...
We have a 10 am flight to Melbourne today so it is an early start. The bags are packed and we head down for breakfast before we get picked up to be driven to the airport. Check in is a breeze although it was pretty difficult keeping up with the guy pushing Janet's wheel chair. He had super long legs and I was carrying over 12 kilos of stuff in my hand luggage.
I did a bit of duty free shopping and bought some nice scotch for Patrick and then it was time for us to leave. I have to say ...
We all slept well in very comfortable beds. We met in the coffee shop for a coffee and Danish pastry for breakfast then headed to the Dubai Mall, a very convenient 5 min walk from the hotel. The shopping centre is very large and we needed a map to find our way around. We all went our own ways to explore - see the photos. I bumped into Bronwen around lunchtime and we shared a beef wrap,at a coffee shop. Soon after that I headed ...
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