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Went and had a walk down at the seafront and had a bite to eat at rotana - saw dubais version of donkey rides on the beach
We arrived early Sunday morning, got a taxi to the hotel (80 EUA), checked in and enjoyed the breakfast buffet while our room was being prepared. Spacious room, by the way, with sea view - lovely! Fell a sleep, woke up and spent the afternoon by the pool. Got picked up by a friend of Simon's who took us for drinks at his house …
Rock melon & strawberries for breakfast in room. Hotel concierge checked us in online & printed our e- boarding passes for flight to Barcelona. They arranged for a Lexus & guide - Amin. Commencing @ 0945 we set off to see the Dubai King's Palace (from a distance). Other sites included: The Sheik's house - he's the Finance ...
... old Souk and spice markets and then the gold markets - wow have never seen so much GOLD!! Brought a few souvenirs - tour was from 14.30 to about 7.30 including transportation. I met a girl from Canberra called Sandra, we became friends and she came back to mines so we could go to the Dubai Mall. The Metro is approximately 8mins from the Emirates hotel. The mall is 2 stops away, costs AED6.00 return! You can also get to the marina but I didn't have time. The mall is ...
... our Indian driver really showed us the sights. Great architecture and history, to the tallest building in the world to a seven star hotel. Did not think we could see so much, excellent value at$110 for the two of us. Took lots of pictures and some great memories.
Back at the hotel now trying not to fall asleep as we are heading off for our Sand Dunes fright trip ending up at a Bedouin feast in the middle of the desert. Will let you all know how that goes. In our next post
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