- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... out among the other features of the room, in fact it really fit in perfectly which was quite a feat. The main prayer hall was absolutely beautiful and aside from the rug there was one item that really stood out as exceptional, and that was the main chandelier. Covered in 30,000 Swarovski crystals it is the largest chandelier in the world and only in such a massive space could it seem to be just the right size. As we walked through the mosque we were reminded of the ...
... hour our clothes were stuck to us and it was time to return to the air conditioning of Aladdin's Camel. Off to the Dubai Mall next, a huge place full of shops, spectacular waterfalls,the enormous Aquarium and much more. We saw the world’s largest piece of Perspex which forms the side of the large tank for the Aquarium at the centre of the mall. Inside there were lots more tanks with some stunning ...
... bookshop and looked around but it was a very small shop and seemed to deal mostly in books for schoolkids. Thinking my mission had failed, I asked the girl behind the counter what I was after. She didn’t speak English but she realised I was after a novel and pointed me to their fiction section which was so small I missed it. And there was "Baptism of Fire", the book I was after in English! Success!
Feeling happy, and with it still being a ...
... were fast becoming occupied by the Nazis. An incredible mission and an incredible castle. We also went on a walk along the White Cliffs of Dover. Overlooking the port where cargo and car ferries go back and forth from France, the white cliffs really did live up to their name in size and colour. Another great day trip was out to Battle where we walked the field of the 1066 Battle of Hastings where William of Normandy was victorious over King Harold, the King of England. It ...
... we learnt he hard way that the trains only run until 11pm haha so we had to get a taxi back to the hotel. We assumed the public transport would run the same time as shops - as the Malls are all open from 10am until 1am!!!!! But hey we got back in the end :-)
Well that was our last night in Dubai - off to London tomorrow (Gatwick) for just 1 night, then we'll be flying to Dubrovnik on Friday morning.
Catch ya later
Andrea and ...