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... yes it did last a long time for me) I had it. I put my foot down and insisted that we have our original seats and they sort out the others. I guess they didn't want to argue or it wasn't that difficult to do, but row 36 centre seats were ours again. Lost nearly all the time we had made up. Did I mention the airline Royal Brunei. Don't fly with them. Pay the little ...
... They have the biggest shopping mall in the world and the tallest building. Their monorail is the longest and so the list goes on.
Tourist and commerce is the majority of the economy. Oil made it what it is today. This part of the Emirates has just about run out of oil but Abu Dhabi, which is 90 mins north, has enough oil for another 100 years and produces millions of barrels a day. The petrol stations here don't even bother to advertise the bowser price. It is odd to see ...
... was going to ride in the women and children car. I have to say that I can understand its appeal. The metro lines themselves were very crowded-even the car for women, so it was nice not to to be squished up next to smelly men. All of the women seemed to have a respect for people's space, and it was unbelievably quiet. The women and children car is right next to the Gold car, so I was able to see inside. It was considerably less crowded, so perhaps that's the essential appeal.
... One of the attractions that I found most interesting were the electronic binoculars. They were a mounted machine, much like the ones you will see at major attractions with views; however, these had a scope that you pointed at a particular area and it would send the view to a TV on the machine. The cool part was the ability to what you pointed at in 4 different views. You could ...
... see the Emirates logo and commercials everywhere – I can hardly think of a brand with similar presence in Germany. They even run a theme park for kids in which they can experience different jobs. It is like a mega game, through gamification they earn “money” which then can be spent on other entertainment. At the headquarters, there is a merchandise shop. Basically, they sell anything from Emirates branded clothing via ipods to flight ...
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