Ascot Hotel Apartment
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... jeers at the hotel. Was alright - pancakes, eggs, veal bacon, Indian food.. Just the usual..
We caught a taxi down to Wafi, a town about 10 minutes away with some cool shopping centres. Wafi is where we start the Big Bus tour. This is what takes us all around Dubai. In particular Downtown Dubai, and out to the famous Palm islands. Which i would have loved to see ...
... needle like tallest building, set in gardens watered by the condensation from the air-conditioning. As well as stores like Printemps, Bloomiingdales etc there was an array of world famous brands for both goods and foods. It has many different sections but we found our way to the Souk which was most unlike other ones we had seen: mainly high end jewellery shops but with an electric blue dinosaur skeleton in the middle rotunda. After a ...
... when a small fishing boat approached the ship in the Strait of Hormuz, the crew immediately initiated the pirate protocol as a precaution. What do you suppose the passengers did? They ran to the rail to video the whole thing. I was discussing the false alarm later with some of my American friends and the Vietnam Vets in the group offered to help out should the real thing happen, as long as they got guns. They volunteered to work round the clock watches as long as the ...
... a blend between tres leches and bread pudding, drenched in milks, which I simply couldn't resist. Needless to say, we were always stuffed.
We've also found a great steakhouse in the hotel that cooks a nearly comparable steak to our favorite place in Houston, as well as a great sushi restaurant. What else have we tried? French, Belgian, American, African, Lebanese, Arabian... and have managed to stay away from the Cheesecake ...
... Falafel. The premise was really neat and it felt almost like a food truck because the menu really focused on the one star of the show, falafels. Normally these little fried treats are not my favorite but this place did an excellent job and we really enjoyed finally getting a small taste of some relatively regional cuisine.
Later that afternoon we were picked up along with a family of four from Argentina and headed off for the mandatory tourist rite of passage ...