Fortune Grand hotel Apartment
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- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the Grand Mosque (more grand by name than appearance), and a Hindu temple. The UAE, having grown as quickly as it has, has a multi ethnic population and Bur Dubai where we were has a large contingent of people from the Indian sub continent, hence the Hindu temple next to a mosque. We visited the Dubai Museum, located inside (and under) the old fort, the oldest building in Dubai (somewhere between a hundred and fifty and two hundred years old). The museum ...
The flight was very full. I swear I could see a few passengers clinging onto the wings and tail. I managed to avoid the dynostick by waiting until the wielder of said dynostick pulled someone who even less likely to be packing dynamite over. I tell you, they only pull people they know have no chance of a positive result in order to avoid work. We need to incentivise them by paying a bonus for a positive test needing to call in the SWAT team etc. That is, ...
... waved down an oncoming taxi and pleaded my case 'help me please, you help me'... he allowed us to follow him until we were around the corner from the THE MOST POPULATED AND TOURISTY PLACE EVER, so he got a big fat tip and our cabbie got an admonishing stare and some mean spirited words ... our room overlooks the Palm Jumeirah, with the Burj Al Arab in the distance... wwwweeeee...you need to Google that stuff cause it's crazy! I'm going to see if i can make a convert out ...
... bags in. This was a qantas booking so we assumed that we could use the club as we did in Fubai on the way over....wrong. Emirates only allows allows qantas frequent flyers into their Dubai club. They were really nice and you could tell that they were sorry they could not let us in. We were disappointed but it seemed there was nothing we could do and we had spent our last lira and now had 2 hrs in a airport to kill and no money for coffee or ice cream. Sue remebered that she ...
... to challenge religious/cultural conventions which say God/The Bible/The Koran mandates this or that. She grew up in a family which was “not very religious” which encouraged her as a girl to go on to college and develop a career but her whole upbringing was surrounded by religious rules that say as a female you must wear this, you cannot do that, you should not have strong opinions or be too vocal. When she went off to ...