Dolphin Hotel Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... t have to stop (or pay) for lunch! Talk about paying, Lee talked me into a taxi to the Mall of Dubai. That's where the Burj is so that bit is OK but we paid a fair fare (I can't help myself) but certainly more than the metro. To make matters worse the metro and the road run virtually parallel all the way. We got the Metro back but there was a walk to the station that I won't mention as Lee is still a little touchy about it and not fully recovered. I'll just mention that most ...
We started our morning by going to the Burj Khalifa and buying tickets to go up. Once you are up on the 125 floor observation deck it is breathtaking. As for me the coolest part was the elevator ride. The elevator is tall and the upper half of it are viewing screens. So as this very fast elevator is going up it is showing you what other tall man-made structures you are passing up, from pyramids to Shanghai tower. And it is a fast elevator. ...
... is, I mean pictures make it look big but actually seeing it in person really hits home as to how huge it is. I was getting really excited about going up to the observatory deck, that was until I saw the line, then I saw that one has to book the times in advance and to top it all off it was going to cost AUD $140 for both Vanessa and I to stand in an elevator for who knows how long then be on the deck for 10 minutes only. ...
... close to Jumeirah famous for its beach, the Jumeirah Hotel and of course the only 6 star hotel in the world, the Burj al Arab Hotel with its famous sail like structure. Although we didn’t see it, “The World” series of man made islands and “The Palm, Jumeirah” were located within kilometres either side of the The Burj al Arab.
Jumeirah is also well known as a prestige area for nationals – like ...
... interesting, documenting Dubai's remarkable growth, and showing snippets of what life was like before the oil was discovered. It's amazing to think that within someone's lifetime, back in the nineteen thirties barely twenty thousand people resided in the emirate of Dubai, most of which were Bedouin. It was famed for its pearls, fisherman used to go out on their boats and divers used to search for the pearls with nothing but a peg on their noses, staying under ...