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... with rose water syrup. Others had fluffy omelettes with cheese. I had a Syrian something that was scrambled eggs with peppers and onions. The little round puffy bread was sweet, soft and chewy. The meal started with very salty pickles (a type of cucumber and radishes I think), green and black olives. They provided a plate of pastries to end the meal. Little pieces of a variety of baklava is the best I can do to describe it. Little birds nest made from shredded wheat ...
... all the amazing buildings, the Palm Tree & Atlantis Hotel... I think my fave place in Dubai aside from the Mall was the Marina district. On returning I stopped off at the Mall of Emirates to get a massive Ice cream and see the Ski slope in the shopping centre..tick, tick ! Back at Mall of Dubai I met up with the others and we did the Tallest building in the world..Burj Kahlifa...We were all scared of heights but we gritted our ...
... asked for recommendations for breakfast items and the waitress gave us 4 dishes to try. The food was delicious! After filling our stomachs with Arabic food, we continued walking down the Marina walk. We actually want to walk along the beach so we cut towards the water and there was a red walking path right next to the beach. The beach was pretty empty although there were a good number of people in the water. We walked through the scorching sand to get to the water. ...
... us for a drive around the city. Along Jumeira road to the original Burj, the Burj Al Arab and to the Jumeira hotel where we took the glass lift to the 24 th floor. Thank goodness it was dark and I couldn't see the view very clearly. The inside of the hotel was a void and we looked down from the 25 th floor to the foyer. Scary! Behind the hotel we walked along the marina checking out the multi million dollar ...
... takes cabs at that time and there are long waits. Some cab companies charge more during this time around the world. The "New Years Eve Hammock" comes decorated with some frilly accessories and the new year is emblazoned in its stitching. You just throw it up between any two trees or street posts out behind the last bar you made it to and sleep it off. In the morning you get up and get a ride home and save the money and stress you would have gone ...