City Star Hotel
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... she would have access to the hand rail. Mum reports that for the entire train ride, this woman was squeezing Mum’s arm in an attempt to get her to let go. I don’t think she succeeded in getting Mum to let go. Having arrived at the correct station for the Mall we got off the train and continued on our way. The Metro station was a bit of a hike from the Mall, however we were assisted most of the way by several long and quite fast travelators. The Dubai Mall is ...
... in the lobby!!!
We were tempted not to leave the hotel, but on learning of the massive indoor mall the size of 50 football fields, complete with ice rink, aquarium, amusement park and a fountain at least twice the size of the Bellagio's we decided to venture out. As a plus, it is right next door to the Burj Khalifa, which until very recently was the tallest building in the world (apparently there is now one ...
... voilà! you have a dieters delight.
Will sign off but am looking forward to our hotel breakfast. I have now discovered what are my favourites of all the many choices. First I have grapefruit slices with rice porridge and yoghurt.
Then perhaps an omelette made on demand or perhaps some real potato sausage, hummus and ...
... Deire Dubai back across the creek which was quite exciting in the dark.
We had an early night as we had to be up at 4.0 in the morning to catch our flight back to London.
Bleary eyed we stumbled into the taxi, half asleep, and we were on our way home. I couldn’t believe our adventure was nearly over. However we had another drama on the plane. After eating her gluten free meal Chrissie was violently sick for hours and she went into ...
... breakfast of ( melted ) Reese’s peanut butter cups while indulging in my favourite airport pastime. People watching!
I love trying to guess where the people around me are from and where they are heading to and why.
As I sat there people of all ages and backgrounds paraded in front of me.
Couples, Buddist monks in their bright orange clothes, a group of young black men carrying an assortment of musical ...