Chelsea Tower Hotel Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
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... and Lamborghini Aventador that were either vehicles of the hotel or owned by the same person since their custom paint jobs were identical. After a quick look at the cars we headed inside where we got our first glimpse behind the seven star curtain. The lobby of the hotel is very impressive, with a huge water fountain that spans between the two escalators taking you up to the concourse where the restaurants and galleria shops are located. The really amazing view though ...
... good and it leaves me with another 3 which I want to see on the second flight. When travelling you have a hell of a lot of time on your own with your thoughts, I'm not sure that this is actually a good thing for me, as I've always been very guilty of overthinking everything. But that's in the past now, what I have learnt is that for me to be happy then I have to be myself and be making other people happy. No more worrying, let's just live and ...
... had to pull everything out again for the second time at Dubai, and power on my laptop, iPad and camera. This was the point I was glad I'd googled something completely unrelated before I left and had stumbled on this requirement, because it's only been in place for about 3 months. If I'd not known about it, I would have had my phone with me, I wouldn't have been able to turn it on and they would have most likely confiscated it.
... had this before, anytime I arrived at a foreign place I wanted to get out and explore, see the place and if it was just for a quick wander around.
There was no way around it... I had to get up, have a shower and get out there. At 1 pm the Metro started running again and my first stop was the Burj Khalifa, the highest man-made structure at the moment (828m). I booked the ticket in advance on the net for 3pm. On the way to Al Fahidi Station I noticed the ...
... immediate concerns. It was only a short flight from Malta to Libya about 1 1/2 hours but it was the longest 2 hrs I had to endure sitting on the Tarmac! Only those who were departing the flight were allowed off the rest of us had to remain on the flight. Security was strange not sure why but we each had to take our hand luggage sit in our allocated seat and hold onto ...