Emirates Stars Hotel Apartments
Travel Blogs from Dubai
Por fin en tierra firme.
Despues de una cola interminable para salir del barco, hemos llegado a la moderna y gigantesca ciudad de Dubai.
Nuestro hotel esta donde cristo o ala perdio el gorro. Encima el taxista se perdio y nos costó un pastón.
Nos hemos peledado con el wiffi durante una hora pero al final todo empezaba a funcionar bien …
Dubai @ Andrew's home
This week was my 5th week in Dubai. Nothing to exciting to report! We had one day of really bad fog, much heavier then what we would get in NZ. It was amusing that people were still off roading in the desert to beat traffic or driving with no lights on! On wednesday evening I went to a spanish restaurant with my aunty for dinner and drinks. It was located in a hotel that was connected to Mall of the Emirates. Alot of hotels are joined to malls as thats the only way that ...
... it wasn't too full so we could stretch out and get some sleep. The only downside was that some of our fellow passengers were Mainland Chinese........possibly pig farmers....they were subtle as sledge hammers and had less manners than their livestock. The Hong Kong Chinese call them "Peasants" and it's not difficult to see why. These guys are the new rich of China....and no doubt they'll ...
... hope and rebuilding, sheilded by the darkness, returned to "just another place seen from the air". Landed in the Kingdom of Bahrain, just in time to have to RUN to our connecting flight. However, at every corner, there were staff members pointing us onward and urging us to run faster. We made it, and were greeted by a lovely man, telling us to catch our breath, and that "the plane will not take off without me, and I won't board until after you ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service