Emirates Stars Hotel Apartments

Address: Between Amman and Baghdad streets, Dubai, 86880, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
 
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        Last day in Cairo: Garbage City

        A travel blog entry by robsons on Oct 07, 2015

        13 photos

        ... your gate & they scan your luggage again before you finally get on a bus to get to your plane.

      • At no time did anyone ask me to remove my laptop from its bag however!
      • I had my passport & ticket checked before check-in, at immigration, after walking 10m past immigration, then again at the gate before boarding & finally when I got onto the plane.
      • And I thought Malaysia was full of "nothing jobs" (jobs that achieve ...

      • You Know It's Hot…..

        A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Aug 15, 2015

        4 comments, 14 photos

        ... to complete”. By now we’re hot (it’s a constant 45 degrees C outside) and rather bling’ed out, so we decide to pass on the Abu Dhabi Louvre and Guggenheim museums and the Ferrari World theme park and head back to dowdy old Dubai!

        Three more emirates

        Seeking a break from the glitz and glamour, we head north out of Dubai to take a look at the three smallest of the seven emirates that comprise the UAE – ...

        DUBAI

        A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jul 09, 2015

        17 photos

        Took a 4hr tour in a private cab Kasheem was his name. Very knowledgable fellow from Pakistan who came to Dubai to earn more money, his English was very good considering he has only been here 9yrs learning it from books. We have arrived in Dubai when it is the Holy season of Ramadan which means we cannot eat or drink in public until after 7.30pm. He showed us the New & Old parts of Dubai, the new area has ...

        Bigger is Better??

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jun 04, 2015

        19 photos

        ... for a hot shower and a super comfy bed king sized bed.

        Like my trip to Muscat I have a very limited stop over in Dubai and I want to cram everything I can into the day so I take another Big Bus Tour. I catch the metro to connect with the tour midway at the Jumeirah mosque.

        As we make our way towards the Palm Islands the blocks alternate between mosques and high end hotels. My attention oddly drawn away by a Tim Hortons delivery van. For those of you that are ...

        A mirror in the shower?

        A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Mar 21, 2015

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... side of the Creek. We then headed to the Dubai Museum, which had exhibits of how the people lived before the discover of oil in the 1960s when the population was around 40,000, and the subsequent population growth of the city to 2,500,000 with the extra wealth. As museums go, it was one of the better ones. It didn't take too long to get around, and was well done. One thing I did find interesting was that the old houses had large chimney ...