City Seasons Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In the evening Jessica (ACTE representative), Sargam, Mirka (a travel professional from Johnson Controls), Haz and I went to dinner and a shisha in the city, which was great! We had a good time and we’re getting to know each other very fast.
As you might sense this day has been full of experiences and learnings and I’m looking forward to tomorrow and the days to come in this amazing city with more meetings and learnings to ...
I started the day with Jack yelling in my ear, Ava wake up. We had breakfast and hopped on a bus to start our hop on hop off tour. We started by taking an hour and half drive throughout Dubi then stopped at the famous Atlantis hotel for a quick look. We found out that you could not get in to see anything without a room key. So we turned around but before we left we ate at a cool little Turkish place.
We hopped ...
... disappointing Heritage Village that supposedly showcased traditional Emirati culture. While interesting if in the area, I do not think it's worth going out of your way to visit, unless, like Lauren, you are fascinated by stray cats and rabbits. We finished our busy Tuesday with a BBQ dinner on the beach at Emirates Palace, the 2nd most expensive hotel ever constructed at $6B USD (this pattern of being the most "something" gets ...
What a place of crazy contrasts. Went from hanging at the gorgeous beach one day to riding camels in the desert the next to snowboarding in the posh Emirates mall the next! Loved it all, especially seeing the gorgeous Sarah Mills (Kathy's daughter!) Next time will definitely hire a Lamborghini to drive so we fit in. Rio here we ...
... this one was smaller. After checking out the shore we headed back to the hotel which took awhile because there weren't any cabs around. Back at the hotel, I got ready for an evening of Desert Safari which meant I threw on some shorts under my dress as we would be riding ATVs through sand dunes. The tour company picked us up at 3:30pm and we headed out with a couple from Spain, a tour guide in training from Brazil (who reminded me of Beyonce with her ...