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... to be had. Of course the regular rooms at the Atlantis bring the average down, so there is another hotel that can actually claim to be the overall most expensive in Dubai and also the Middle East. We had a quick stop for pictures at the beautiful hotel and then it was back on the bus to make our way through the city to our next stop, at a popular Souk or outdoor market.
Back in the days of the Bedouin tribes a souk was a temporary market of sorts and the ...
... around and around until we found the "Dancing Fountains". We waited to watch the show, which runs every 30 minutes. When it started it was so nice, there were lights, fireworks and we had even got wet...like having a shower. Then we went to have dinner that night the food was amazing. We got back to the apartment, we watched TV and had ice cream (YAY), then went to sleep.
What to do today! No one knew what we can do, so we ...
... are we were just a bit paranoid about what to wear out.. Starting in the airport when we were sure we were getting dirty looks because our shoulders were 'exposed'. Later that night after seeing a girl run into our hotel in a tiny playsuit with her bum hanging out I thought maybe we didn't have to be so careful.
The couple of days flew but we weren't too fussed cause we know we are going back for new year and have more time then. We still managed ...
... but only one had a bar. We walked in and straight away realised that bar to them must mean brothel, turned around and walked back out. We were glad to have bought a bottle at duty free and had some drinks back at ours instead.
The next day feeling energetic we hit the hotel gym. After an hour training and a quick swim and jacuzzi we yet again jumped on the metro. We headed in the opposite direction to visit the gold and spice souks (markets). You could smell the ...
... was delicious, and was definitely enough for me to call breakfast. A great touch they added was including wet towelettes in a packet, which is something US airlines are missing in coach. I was very impressed with the breakfast service. An hour after breakfast ended, we began our descent, and I could see the Burj Kalifa from far away. We touched down in Dubai at 4:30am. I had forgotten how crazy awesome this airport was, and I realized it changed quite a bit since my ...