Deira Town Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... with these amazing tinted glass flowers which gave us a little hint at the majesty of the main prayer hall we were about to enter.
The first thing we noticed was the beautiful Persian rug that covered the entire floor from wall to wall in the massive space. This rug took 1200 women from Iran two years to make and they actually finished it in place so that there wouldn’t be any seams in the entire rug. The design was absolutely beautiful but it ...
... the city where we parked up and headed off to visit the Souks. These are essentially small markets selling all sorts of things where you are expected to haggle. Everyone who knows Aladdin will know how much he loves a good haggle, even for a post card! The Souks are sort of enclosed with palm leaves which create a roof, but they are very stuffy and this combined with the plus 40 degrees of heat meant that ...
... web and had found a nearby bookshop that sells books in English. But it only opened at 11am (possibly run by Bernard Black??). With a bit of time to kill, I went and had a coffee and a muffin and sat and read for a while in a café in the shadow of the Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture. This building is massive! It’s a huge gothic tower with huge wings on the base that contain galleries, cinemas and theatres. After 11am rolled around, I made my way ...
Let's get a few things out straight away. If you are into history and like a bit of WWII history get on down to Dover town. We saw lots of Castles in our travels but Dover castle was exceptional. From the medieval tunnels through to the actual castle living quarters this was a great tourist attraction. The best part however, was the interactive tour of the WWII tunnels used to plan and implement the excavation of close to 300,000 UK and Allied troops from the beaches of ...
... br> Now the whole reason we'd gone down to the Mall again was to see the Water fountain at the front of the Burj Khalifa which is a lot like the one in Vegas, where it's choreographed to music and lights etc. everyone had mentioned it's amazing to see - but unfortunately we turned into pumpkins straight after dinner and of course our big training sesh...so we decided to save that till when we come back to Dubai at the end of our trip. ...