Desert Palm Resort & Spa A PerAQUUM Retreat
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... to take the train up to Dubai Mall to catch the open top bus to do the beach tour. As we discovered yesterday, this place wasn't built for pedestrians - let alone pram pushing pedestrians. The pavements are lumpy and bumpy and the kerb is about 30cm high, so a complete nightmare to heave buggies up and down in the midday sun! Once we got to the train station everything was easy and trains were super modern and clean. ...
... we of course got caught up like the tourists that we were in taking a bunch of shark pictures before we made it to the other side.
At the far end of the mall we arrived at the next stop on our tour, the entrance to the Burj Khalifa which is the tallest building in the world. After waiting in line a couple times over like you always have to do for these major attractions, we finally climbed into an elevator with a dozen new very close friends (they really packed ...
... there was also a man doing the garden.....why are we surprised, soooo Steve! David was getting a bit peckish, Steve had a couple of bread cobs so he thought he would toast them, cutting them in half he put them in the toaster, within minutes the room was full of black smoke, we came to the conclusion that Steve didn't use that very much!! And the only thing he had in his fridge...apart from beer, wine and champagne was a tub of flora!!! The lady and teenaged got stuck in and ...
... name of a housing estate before making our way there! Back on the metro we alighted at Emerites towers and had a wander around a lake looking at the buildings and getting an icecream. Next stop was Dubai Marina which we walked around looking at yet more buildings. Mall of the Emirates was next which was another crazy mall with a huge food court and an ice rink inside. Lastly was the palm which was where the famous Atlantis hotel was situated. The roads were all being rebuilt so ...
... to be 42 hotels here; 20 apartment blocks; 6 000 residents * Atlantis The Palm 2008; tribute to Atlantis; 20 restaurants * tallest block of residential in world * marina 120 000 people live (expats); twisted building tower * Abu Dhabi capital & largest emirate * Metro - longest in world; opened 9sec after 9:09 on 9.9.2009 * Expo 2020 Shopped at The Dubai Mall...all in all, more of the same ...