Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence
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... to try some Shisha... I opted for a sweet melon flavor and it was delicious tasting but left my throat feeling dry. It was a fun but tiring day and I did have a feeling of nostalgia knowing it will be awhile before I visit Asia again as that part of my trip has come to a close. Although, my good friend Melisa just moved to Hong Kong so I may swing by again sooner than planned. We shall see what the future holds! Good night Dubai until ...
... who she says “thank you” to every time she wakes up and sees the blue sky. Sharii settled in Florida where she met a nice and handsome boyfriend, who also is Iranian, and she is so happy to just be living freely and she loves America. She loves her country too. And she is not anti-religious but knows deep in her soul that as a human being she is meant for more than conforming her beliefs and her lifestyle to being so controlled ...
Back onto ground level, it was time to experience the impressive fountain display in the huge man made pool at the base of the tower and adjacent to the Dubai Mall.
... aquarium to find my mum. When we found her we went outside and caught a taxi back to the apartments.
Later that day, at about 1:30PM my family and I caught a taxi to Atlantis, a hotel on the palm (a massive man-made island (islands?) just off the mainland which is shaped like a palm tree) with about 1'500 rooms. As well as being a hotel, Atlantis is one of (if not the) the biggest water parks in Dubai (and maybe the world?). My family and I met ...
Just outside of the mall stands the Burj Khalifa, and I must say....
Burj Khalifa is a huge *****!
Standing at over 400 meters tall and with 122 floors, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building, not only in Dubai, but the entire world. It is very difficult to fit the whole thing into a single shot, Rachel having to put her camera on her tripod and angling it upward almost ...