Travel Blogs from Dubai
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
... shape which has then had its top rotated to achieve a twisted shape for the whole structure. This building would have considerable construction challenges. It has not been completed as yet. The road network and buildings of the city are quite amazing with many viaducts and grade seperations. One major road has a total of 7 lanes in each direction. We also visited the old part of the city, dominated by the influence of the Indian population.
The port ...
Second day of Dubai went a little like this:
I can repeat myself a million times about how I love my hotel. Jeffrey and I just cruised around the hotel grounds, jumping into pools and very warm seawater and chilling until the afternoon. The weather is super hot, but after jumping into the pool, I felt a total bliss. Jeffrey and I decided that every time I finish reading a chapter from my required summer reading, we would jump into the water. We did that until 1 or so and ...
... the dogs - gave me an excuse to walk at the dogs pace. Found an unusual looking bird - I think it was a woodpecker. Went to the Mall of the Emirates to shop. This is the Mall with the Ski Run in it. Watched every one having fun in -4 degrees and thought of poor Kyrra at home who would have loved it. Did some window shopping and all met up again at the Cheesecake Shop for lunch. Food photos are becoming the norm as amazing ...
... I consider important to take things as they are because in some places those things may not exist.
After that, our transfer brought us to JW Marriot hotel where Ms. Sona Rawal, Asst. Director of sales, welcomed us. She gave us an impression of Marriot as a global hotel chain. Her energy kept us awake with no chance of losing track for the next hour during our tour. We learnt about how an American chain applies its standards in ...
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