Panorama Hotel Deira
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... golf and look around. Deira is the old part of Dubai, supposedly the Bedouin section. Well Bedouin it is not but it is the old part of Dubai. 20 years ago it would have been amazing but now the petro dollars uptown have made it almost obsolete. I really liked the area and would like to have seen a bit more of it. When I left here this morning I forgot to take my map so I missed a fair bit of what I wanted to see.
I played golf at the Dubai ...
... split up before driving back to Dubai and we changed vehicles. Unfortunately I left my new jersey in the other vehicle, however I was lucky and able to get it returned to me. Whats that you are saying Jackie???
This tour started about 4.15pm and we got back to our Hotel at 9.15pm. The cost was about A$75.00 and we all thought it was money well spent.
Now a little time for the diary, washing and then to bed before another busy day. Really enjoyed this ...
After lunch, we walked around the mall for a while and did some more shopping. Then, after a while, Lindy Barclay (the mum of my friend who moved to Dubai from Perth (Angus)) met us and she drove us to her house, where my family and her family hung out, went to the pool talked, etc., etc..
At about 8:30pm my family called a taxi and went back to our apartment to bed.
... go in and I think I would have had heaps of fun. We caught the metro back and realised that the trains have no one driving them which was really strange and interesting. It also got really squishy after a few stops and I had no room to move around. At one point I even think there was some one with really bad BO near me so I kinda had to lean back discretely. Then abruptly at one stop a flood of people got off and we could once again see the floor ...
... slightly disappointed going up the Burj Khalifa as the 'At The Top' observation deck is not even remotely close to the top. Two thirds would be a more accurate description. I think the observation deck at the world trade centre in Shanghai may even be higher? Julian's Corner: Dubai is basically a city which if you told any developed country to build a brand new city that would be it, with all the well organised infrastructure and luxuries of the West. Even the bus stops are ...