Coral Oriental Dubai
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Seven hour flight. Arrived in Dubai at 20.30. Very humid. Dubai Airport is daunting in Terminal 3. Glad I booked meet and greet. Taxi transfer good but many of the sights on the way to the Movenpick hotel Jumeirah Beach were lots of lights in the dark on some very tall buildings. Dubai is awesome. So much wealth and opulence. The Emirates plane was packed. Seats were very cramped. I did hear that Emirates may ...
... than a mental thing to do! The trip started a little shaky when we hit traffic on the way to the airport and I started freaking out that we were going to be late... Dad was of course the voice of reason, and I got there with a load of time to spare. Just as well coz I got searched as I was going through security... For AGES. Because a tear stained face and flip flops just screams terrorist, right?! I got on the plane with time to spare and settled ...
... salad that was very refreshing then comes the steak how you ordered it, along with all the French fries you can eat. The difference is that this menu is exactly the same in all the restaurants using the same sauce on the steak that has a secret recipe shipped out to the stores from Geneva. A burner is in the centre of the table and the very thinly sliced steak is cut into strips and soaking in this specially prepared sauce over the ...
Arrived in Dubai 1pm Arab time had a great flight 18hrs on the plane came out into 40 degree heat - bit of a shock. Found cab easily, thanks to Kim's advice cost us 42 dirhum about $15. Our planning so far going well, checked in to Radisson Blu Hotel sounds a little blue doesn't it? Then we had a walk around shops close to hotel they are different, lucky they ...
Time to refuel! Therese and I have a 10 hour layover in Dubai. So completely sleep deprived, hungry and with swollen ankles (why does that have to happen on long flights?!) we leave the airport to see as much of Dubai as possible in a few hours. The stamp on your passport counts as visiting a country as long as you leave the airport, eat a meal and use the restroom. Here is a glimpse of ...