Dolphin Hotel Apartments

Khalid Bin Waleed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by mdunbar91


... area, It's really.. blocky and quite random at the same time. You can get a huge tower or building site and then nothing but desert for a few minutes walk.. We used taxis to get everywhere. They're quite cheap but the amount you have to use them it really builds up. Petrol is insanely cheap as you can probably imagine.. It costs them about £5-6 to fill a tank! Firsts - gone up a staircase on a plane, travelled business class, cleaned my ass with a high powered ...


A travel blog entry by floost


Darcy, As it is such a long journey to Australia, I have decided to stop off in DubIs for a day. This means I can stay in a nice hotel, have a shower or a bath and sleep in a real bed. I could have paid a lot more (almost 5x more) to travel business class and travel directly to Perth, but I decided this was better value. Business class is the politically correct name for First Class. . It gives you ...

Lazy day in Dubai

A travel blog entry by thetriggs


... what a ride! Some people in other cars got car sick. Some cars got stuck in the sand too. Watched the sun set in the desert. Went for a camel such...they lead us around...but at least we went for a ride. Also got a scorpion painted on my ankle.he! he! Had a real nice meal with a couple of wines. Boy what a long day...most ...

24 hours on the way home

A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16

... off to Dubai Mall for dinner (after sunset), Sega World (which the kids loved, especially the 4D adventures), spotting the Burj, and finally watching the fountain display which was spectacular.

Tomorrow will be longer than long. 14 hours to Sydney (hoping for a better experience than our last flight), and then home through Auckland, arriving early Satruday evening.


Living Up to Hype

A travel blog entry by becklett

... trouble understanding how much I needed to put on a ticket. I planned to only buy a one way ticket, but things were priced in zones, so I did the only thing I could-went to the ticket counter. I bought the ticket and then went down another escalator to wait at the platform for the next train.

There are only 2 lines in the Dubai metro system and they are very new. The green line, the one I rode first, was just opened in 2011 and runs underground and parallel to the Dubai ...

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