Emirates Stars Hotel Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pass triggered a red light and beeping noise, my first thought was, "There've made a mistake, and there's no room for me on the plane!". Directed to the service desk, we learned that we'd been bumped up to First Class!!! Well, you couldn't wipe the smile off my face. Up until then, I'd been feeling very ordinary, still fighting the remnants of a cold that has been hanging on for over 2 weeks. Michael was over the moon - in fact, he was in seventh heaven! This ...
... myself. Great I have ten and half hours with wet pants. I sit on the blanket and continue with the movie. After a mediocre meal of chicken the seat belt sign comes on and there's quit a bit of turbulence and exactly as I'm pouring tonic water into my glass the plane drops one hand goes up the other goes down and and another glass split all over me. Two for two. As ...
... cafes. Charlotte had some money still to spend so got the Heroine lipstick from Mac. Bought a water for the flight however strangely when we went through yet one more bag check which we thought was just the boarding gate, our water was confiscated. It had not even been opened. The flight went relatively quickly however the service was the worst we had experienced so far on an Emirates flight. Seats were quite good ...
... around cultural sites and sights while Dubai is about being the “first” or the “biggest” and breaking world records.
We pass the longest bridge built in the UAE which is a nice design.
Prior to leaving the port, we had been told about the appropriate dress to wear – covered heads, modestly dressed in loose clothes, no ankles, wrist or chest area showing, no holding hands ...
... that's reserved for the likes of Tom Cruise when filming Mission Impossible or for base jumpers, but you do get to go up about two thirds of the way to the 124th floor. Well you actually go up to the 125th floor, then get another elevator to go back down a level, we presume that this was a planning oversight! The first elevator soars you up 125 floors in about a minute, popping your ears in the process. The view from the top is impressive, and expansive, as ...