Crowne Plaza Dubai Festival City
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... If I can stress one more time how awesome Emirates Airlines is....We were each given a meal voucher for the airport at no additional charge since our layover was so dang long. That was pretty sweet to get a free meal.
When we got to the airport, we were tired, stinky, and ready to just get on the plane already, but we still had about 7 hours before our flight would board. However, luckily we found this spa that was part of a hotel in the airport, and both ...
... and also the free small fries while the rest of waited in line. We enjoyed our victory food and we continued to wander the terminal. We boarded the plane for our next flight - the 13hour one to Seattle. The flight was fine, although I didn't sleep much. I watched a bunch of movies and played games (puzzle ones). Emirates does a great job of providing entertainment (movies, games, tv shows, radio, news). I wish US airlines were as ...
... We wanted to find some authentic Arabic food but most of the places in the mall and the food court were the typical fast food you find in the U.S. (Burger King, Panda Express, KFC). Bryan Steve and I finally settled on an place that served kathi rolls and biryani. Karen wanted Shake Shack (yes this mall had one!), so we had a variety of food. The food was good, and we wrapped up eating around 1130pm. Even though it was so late, the ...
... time. Back to the hotel for an excellent complimentary seafood dinner then a limo back to the airport for my 1.50 am flight back to Sydney. So my totally unexpected and enjoyable visit to Dubai is over.
Just this 13 hour flight then my latest exploit is over. I reckon I’m pretty fortunate to have had the opportunity to have this holiday with so many new and enjoyable experiences. I know it’s been very good for me but ...
The second major sporting event of our trip.
Saturday and a trip out into the desert. Five miles from anywhere, the Rugby Stadium sits all on its own, very bizarre. The big bonus, not like Twickenham, the Taxi drops you at the front gates and you go in shorts, in December!!
Fancy dress is the order of the day and you do see some sights.
First time I have watched Rugby in 30 degrees, good job for the players with 7's it's a short ...