Panorama Hotel Deira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... road took the form of the trunk of the tree with the streets taking the form of palm branches in between inlets / canals that
allowed for everybody to enjoy waterfront living. This works if you are happy with limited water flow and tightly spaced homes. The first of these, Palm Jimerha, was sold out in about a week. Virtually all of the buyers were off shore with a strong component in the form of Russian
flight capital. Foreigners can own ...
Dubai. It's just gone 10 o'clock in the morning and the temperature is 41 degrees. Yes it is hot but so much of the city is air conditioned that the temperature isn't a big concerns the smog is though! The Burj Kalifa, the tallest building in the world, is only just visible from many vantage points around and although it certainly is majestic and iconic the conditions literally and figuratively take the gloss off it. We drove right through Dubai today ...
... Phil and Becki share a burrito the size of a small dog, Jill's pasta would feed a small Italian family and my meatloaf would probably be enough for a snack for an American but I was stuffed. It was very nice. None of us had any space left for cheesecake so we left. It's still early so we get a taxi to The Irish Village for a few drinks. Now I have been to Ireland and even been to a village, don't remember a big tennis ...
... to catch. We knew that those signs weren’t at all of the bus stops but that was a really good sign it was going to stop here. This time after sitting in this shelter for about 15 mins the bus did arrive and it did stop and we did get on, yaaay the only problem was that we were both exhausted to shithouse and pretty much just wanted to go home. We stayed on the bus for the tour of the Palm Jumeriah, it was pretty amazing hearing some of the facts ...
... another 1 hour before - great advice! The "wadi bashing" was very up and down, twisty/turney and bouncy. I'm sure I would not have survived the ride without Sealegs. The first time we got out of the vehicle, I was amazed at how far we sank into the sand - easy ankle deep. I was quite surprised at the height of the sand dunes. They weren't as tall as I had expected but there was plenty of excitement, especially when we seemed to go down the dunes ...