Deira Town Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... there! So beautiful and so much to do! But don't worry, we will not be moving there any time soon. No way could we afford it. But we did learn a valuable lesson and that is to have your long layover at the START of your trip, because no matter how exciting a place is, when you are on your way home, you are just ready to be home. Which we were. Either way, so great to experience this country. We definitely want to go back.
Seat 49H on QF8435 (BNE to DXB) is in the first section of economy on the lower deck on one of Emirates' A380. I was surprised how quickly we reached our seats. I went for a walk during the flight and the plane is certainly long, and full. I didn't see a spare seat. As far as seats go, it wasn't so bad. Especially after the crew closed the curtain to their galley. Before they did that the cabin was a little ...
... So...Nairobi airport....chaotic and so much security, security checks for cars coming into the airport, then as passengers have to line up outside with put trolleys to be security checked into the departures terminal then checked for passport boarding passes etc then checked again throughly when boarding the plane. Took ...
... took us to a museum that showed how things have progressed over the years to the opulence that it now presents to the world. We caught a funny little water craft to cross the "creek", more than double the width of our Yarra. Once on the other side we went to the Spice Souk and then the Gold Souk (both markets) A few of us had trouble with the spices burning our eyes, so we're glad when the time came to move on. We didn't indulge ...
... people were trying to sleep it was dimly lit with purple nightlights. The cabin was like this for the duration of the trip and the only time any natural light made it in was when someone would go to try take a peek outside and the blinding sun would bust in through the tiniest crack in the window and would rape everyone's eyeballs until the person who thought it would be a good idea closes the blinds, this would normally last only about half a ...