Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence

Address: Al Maktoum Rd, Dubai, 64225, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the ديرة area of Dubai, is near Jumeira Beach and Park, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Palm Islands, and The Dubai Heritage Village.
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      Dubai... No regrets

      A travel blog entry by lucyliamontour on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... souk. Lucy managed to haggle a pashmina from 550 AED down to 50! Which she was glad of when it started to fall apart the moment she put it on!! Then we went across the creek on a boat with no sides to the Bur Dubai souks and the grand mosque just in time for the call to prayer. Then on to the metro to see the postcard sights! World trade centre was our first metro stop where we saw the Emirates towers and various other impressive sky scrapers on to the Dubai mall. Where ...

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      ... to open. Once open. Fairly smooth journey. Phillip looked at us, looked at our passports and then back at us. We pull our best "casually not smiling face" so we look somewhat similar to our photos. Duty free... We're allowed to bring in 4lt of alcohol EACH to Dubai... But we're only there for 7 days and can only take a litre to England. It's a fine balancing act between having ...

      Friday day 3 in Dubai

      A travel blog entry by josharman on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... coming to a Bedouin village that was very touristy in set up but still a nice attempt to show what it may have been like in some aspects of their life. Camel rides but we didn't do those again after doing then in Alice Springs in Australia. There was a tent you could go and dress up in historical clothing and have photos taken, smoking area of their traditional water pipe and Bryan had a go of this. I went and tried out the Henna tent and had 2 Tatts (henna) done. 1 ...

      Women in Iran.

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... as 9 can be married off; that a man is entitled to have 4 wives, and that stoning is an acceptable form of punishment for adultery (it's mostly the women who get punished for relations outside marriage, although it takes 2 to tango!). However, these laws are invoked infrequently, especially the stoning because of worldwide condemnation. A positive side effect of the Internet. Women have it a lot better in Iran than in some ...

      Dubai Stopover

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      ... 9 we arrived at the Premier Inn, mmmm it is of course clean and fine for an airport hotel, but oh my gosh bit hard to settle for after what we've had, the tiniest of double beds and rooms ........ Compared to what we have been sleeping in. Anyway,they have a pub so that was our meal for the evening. Headed into the city to Dubai Mall this morning to pick up a couple of long sleeves shirts for Morroco - nearly 40 today so lovely and ...