Chelsea Plaza Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up. I threw down my super plump pillow in the side aisle where I usually stretch my feet out. It was during that time of the night when the stewardesses catch their three hours of sleep and I recharged my batteries so to speak so that when I arrived in Dubai I was rested enough to function. That was important because that flight over is a stressful time. You really aren't sure if someone will even be there, even though they have picked up the tab for your flight. ...
... height: 1; unicode-bidi: -webkit-isolate; font-size: 11px;"> The city of Dubai is located on the emirate's northern coastline and heads up the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman metropolitan area. Dubai recently won the bid for the World Expo 2020.
Friday November 7th. Boarded plane in Auckland at 6pm. 3 hour flight to Brisbane. 2 hours in transit. 14 hour flight to Dubai. Yuk. Only so many films you can watch, meals you can eat, snoozes you can have and walks to prevent DVT you can have in a tin can in the sky! Saturday November 8th. Landed 4.45. All ok eventually, but lots of mix ups with transport and accommodation initially. Had power naps then out ...
... expats; or about what they think about climate change. We were there to learn not attack. She was concerned about what was happening with the young people & the way they are losing their faith & picking up western habits. We were able to tell the Indian taxi driver how to get us back. He didn't know the hotel but then when we got here said it had changed names recently - 5 years ago. 'It was where the black people stayed'. Interesting comment. 1/9/2014 Monday ...
... readers, that's really, really damp), it didn't take long to warm up so we headed out to the desert to do some sand dune bashing in a 4x4. The objective of this exercise seems to be getting airborne without actually hurting anyone inside the vehicle (although the first part is definitely more important than the second). We never did get the cultural or sporting significance of racing around the desert like a madman but than again Dubai is a strange place. And we weren't ...