Dubai Palm Hotel
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execellnt servis i want to stay here for rest of my life.
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... one area of Egypt (which used to include Sudan, Libya & parts of Israel & Saudi), he got all the other local rulers together one day for a big feast. Towards the end of the feast, he ushered everyone out towards the gate to go & look at something ... then shot them all so he could be the only ruler of Egypt!
Nice after-dinner mint hey?
Unfortunately one guy escaped (because he was late) by jumping over the wall on his ...
... wouldn’t be hard! Certainly the skyline is less dramatic, but it does have at least two (and soon to be more) edifices that must make even the most bling-focused citizen of Dubai drool with envy. The Emirates Palace Hotel is a massive monument to conspicuous excess! Vast marble clad spaces, numerous domes covered in gold leaf, Swarovski crystal chandeliers and reputedly the only vending machine in the world that dispenses gold bars! Other than a ...
Landed in Melbourne around 8:00am, only 2 degrees here and raining. First time we have had to put long sleeves on in the past 6+ weeks. Kel picked us up from the airport which was great to see her, however that means holiday is over!!!!! A GREAT time was had by ...
... doubt that I would have melted away entirely.
At length, with Jonathan now dressed like something out of Arabian nights we stumbled on endlessly ignoring the clear directions given to us by a passing street vendor. You can imagine my relief, when at length we reached a jetty which promised a safe passage across the water to our long time objective - the famous Gold Souk of ...
... which I'm thinking was bircher muesli made with blueberries, as it was that colour), and lovely cooked fruit, prunes, figs and apricots, as well as fresh fruit. That was a healthy start.
There were all the normal things, eggs, scrambled, boiled, fried, etc, pastrami instead of bacon, Indian dishes, Asian dishes, and some Arab dishes. I tried the foul, as Emma had talked about it, and was not overly impressed, so hope her version is ...