Country Club Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... though as some guy didn't listen and went through customs instead of to our gate so after waiting for ages they ended up taking his bags off the plane, then finally on our way. Uneventful flight, another couple of hours of broken sleep, more food - chicken and spinach Danish then a bit later breakfast, chicken with coconut rice, croissant, yogurt ...
... We then caught a taxi back to our hotel and had a lazy lunch. Friday in Dubai is the same as our Sundays so there are many tours that don't seem to run and places that either don't open at all or open later in the afternoon. It's their religious day and family day. Then they have Saturday. So work/week days to them are Sunday to Thursday. Lunch/brunch on a Friday at the hotel is a different affair with all you can eat from every direction. All they want to ...
... feature is its size; it's absolutely enormous, at least 400 metres end to end and very lavish with a fine dining, sleeping lounge, kids play room, café, regular lounge, smoking, etc. sections. Everything is complimentary. Unfortunately for me I don't feel like enjoying any of the luxuries, I had breakfast just before landing in ...
... to find a table to sit at and share a few beers as it was still humid even though the sun had set. Appetiser was a selection of traditional Arabian food- herb and cheese flatbreads, spinach puffs etc. Dinner was barbecued chicken and beef skewers and lamb chops, with a selection of salads. Very tasty! Sitting on large cushions around a low table added another dimension to the evening! Peter and I thought we would try Shisha after dinner - that was pretty cool! It was sweet ...
... in the fresh sunlight without the harsh heat – best of both worlds. Fun fact: the dome is also the largest glass dome in the Middle East.
Next on the schedule was meeting with Kanoo Travel where we spent the rest of the day listening, asking questions, and learning as much as we could about what they do and how they do it well. From the beginning of our time with them consistently through ...