Emirates Stars Hotel Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in. Then we wanted to find a Red bus, but got distracted by having a lovely lunch on the banks of the creek. Allan hadn't had had breakfast, so were getting a bit hungry - I had had several stuffed dates, but that had been a long time ago! Allan had a mixed meat grill, and I had cheese stuffed chicken. It came out together in an urn with a grill on top of it. The meat was lovely - tho eating pigeon wasn't something I thought I would be doing! It was then that I realised. It ...
... mall, every designer item was available at a fraction of the real price at the Souks of Old Dubai. If John has a pound for every time he was offered a fake Rolex during our hour or so there he would be able to afford a real one! Unfortunately such pestering means it's impossible to actually look at anything, but we enjoyed a stroll along the creek side back towards our hotel. It seems that floating restaurants are the thing to do there. Walking in the heat reminded us of back packing days ...
... there and set off for the airport.He was very chatty and told us all about Dubai and different landmarks, he made the journey go very quickly and also saved us some money by acquiring a luggage trolley for us, we thanked him and said our goodbyes, then made our way into the airport.He also explained that terminal 3, was just for Emirate flights and the other terminals were for other airlines. Again, booking in was very efficient, as was going through customs ...
... Donut and Krispy Kreme cafes, an African grill, unwelcoming authentic French restaurants, frozen yoghurt stores and a 'something for everyone' food court.
Just remember which of the three million exits you need to leave from to find your car, bus or taxi. It took pestering 4 security guards, 3 customer service desks and one valet worker (and 1.5 hours of my life!) to track down where to get the bus back to the Emirares village. Customer service minus the service.
... generated from oil and trade, even as the city saw an influx of immigrants fleeing the Lebanese civil war. Border ...