City Star Hotel
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... shopped as we made our way to the other notable feature, a 4 story high waterfall, with model people diving down. Quite dramatic really, and probably another World First! There is also an Olympic ice rink and heaven only knows how many cinema screens at this Mall too, but we gave these a miss! Next visit was to the Souk Madinat Jumeirah, which is a recreation of traditional souk next to the Burj Al Arab, the hotel that looks like a sail boat. This ...
... pious idiots. That’s what you get in this world. And along with that, you get from MOST people the desire to love, be hospitable, be kind, nurture children, and care for the sick and elderly. I don’t want to live in a world where I fear walking in public, or engaging in a conversation with someone who looks different than I do. Because when I do that, I create an even smaller box for myself to live in. Each interaction I DON’T have creates an invisible wall ...
... of the plane to the west: the snow-capped mountains of Oman, the curving coastline of Muscat followed by the empty wastes of the deserts of Al Ain. On approaching Dubai, the desert included sparse shrubs, small communities then 10-lane highways before we saw the skyscrapers of the city itself.
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