The Carlton Tower Hotel
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Shynil went to play badminton at 7 a.m. while I started organizing my bags and tidying up the room. When he came back, we went out eating in a local Indian restaurant where many people from Kerala gather to enjoy the traditional food. We had Puttu-Kadala, a typical breakfast from the region that is based on steamed rice and a delicious mix of curry and spices. You eat this breakfast ...
... tired! The hotel was fantastic! On the creek, our room overlooked the water and the city... We showered and crawled into bed, and set the alarm! The Emirates Dubai stopover package is great as we have the transfers, hotel, breakfast and 24 hour check in. We paid $235 for the whole stopover and staying at the Raddison Blue... Checking in at 10am was awesome and worth every penny! We went back to our original plan and did the Hop on Hop off bus...which as per usual was ...
... along this road had many “chain” stores such as KFC, Starbucks, Subway, MacDonalds, etc.
On were droved past the Dubai World Trade Centre, the Burj Kalifa with the adjacent Mall of Dubai and its famous fountains a few blocks from Sheik Zayed Road. Then not long after that, we passed the Mall of the Emirates, famous – in part – for its indoor ski area 365 days of the year !!
This area ...
... we could make the most of our time there. I went through a cafe on the 2nd floor and saw the most amazing views outside with the fountain which wasn't working, and the tallest building which we will be going up tomorrow. Great supermarket in the mall with exotic fruits from around the world. I might have to have another look at some stage. Bought a jacket, stuffed fruit, floatable dog toy on a rope which might be a present for someone (yes I do have enough ...
... and re packing for the next adventure, a Skiing trip to France!
For some time the Rattray family had been planning a snow holiday with their friends the " Mc-Evans'" and the Handcocks and they managed to work some magic to get me included on the plane booking at the last moment. So on a warm South African morning we set off to drive to Durban to catch the flight to France via Dubai. With our new tyres purchased only a week before we anticipated no ...