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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... this trip in one word?
OPTIONAL. Strange word choice I hear you say. Well not really. Let me explain.
In essence, everything in Europe is optional.
* Traffic Lights (cars can stop if they want - or not, its optional)
* Pedestrian Crossings (some cars stop, some do not - its optional, in fact, actually using the pedestrian crossings, as a pedestrian is touch and go and totally up to the individual as to whether they want to risk life ...
... Café. It is an art gallery and café in the old town, Bastikyah, which serves the most amazing Mint Lemonade.
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Suit up! Pack up! And off we go to ...
... coco pops and omelettes. All jolly good and hopefully worth the early start for a free all you can eat Full English. Breakfast conversation was going a little too well and so we started running a bit late (are you surprised?), which meant we had to check out and head and off to the airport AQAP. Not too much horn but lots of peddle action until we hit a traffic jam caused by an earlier accident on Route 66, if I remember the name of the road correctly, so a ...
... and most visited Emirates.
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