Dolphin Hotel Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... amp; security screening. But half the time, the guy isn't even looking at the screen & if you just distracted the guard a little, you could easily walk around the metal detector. We found the church in the rock & learned that it was founded because someone crawled into a cave, saw a carving of Mary on the roof so assumed that this must be a holy place that had been visited by the holy family. Ok ...
The church is up on ...
... who stumbled into the lift and then out into Emirates' First Class Lounge but not before they set off the lift's alarm and left the odour of alcohol behind. I'm writing the last of this while I'm in another queue for the shower. Travelling and queues go hand-in-hand. A shower was my main reason for wanting to visit this Lounge (other than never having been to an Emirates lounge before) and the shower WAS ...
... We are able to go up to 124 to the viewing deck. So up in the lift that takes 77 seconds! Wow ears popping but up there. Grasping the inside wall, made my way around the building and even took a couple of photos! It is indeed an amazing engineering feat! And happy that I did it! We did a lot of walking and we're pleased to be sitting down in the train. So back "home", change of clothes, and along to the lounge again for the 6 - 9 ritual, and discussing the day's ...
Dubai was a whirlwind couple of days. Staci and I arrived to go FULL SPEED ahead, as she was there for less than 24 hours. Tired and pulling energy from the empty gas tank, Staci and I headed first to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Dubai is unlike anywhere I've ever been. Flying in, the place was so desolate looking. Then, massive buildings filled a skyline, literally making NYC ...
... fact I just got my first passport stamp and new adventures were awaiting me the excitement took over.
Oh and before I forget I just wanted to mention that I will be breaking these posts up over time so I don't get too overwhelmed with writing them all and keep them coming steadily, so even on slow news days I should still be posting stuff.
Anyways I'm off to go adventuring