Holiday Inn Express Dubai-Internet City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Internet City, Medical City Festival City. Self explanatory. Companies from all over the world come to these "cities" that encourage things like medical tourism and educational excellence. We traveled with friends Tracy and Craig Boyer, also MHI employees. As this would be another whirlwind weekend trip we needed a plan. That plan turned out to be a Big Bus two day tour ticket. This hop-on-hop-off ticket suited our needs and allowed us to see most ...
... of the hotel’s signature desserts each of which was covered with a sprinkling of gold dust. Why not right? In fact we learned later that each year the Emirates Palace used 4 kilograms of gold dust just on their cappuccinos alone, incredible. After lunch we had a few minutes to walk around the hotel and enjoy the beautiful decorations and sure enough we found our second Gold ATM there in the lobby. After a couple pictures (we forgot to take some the first time ...
... us and take us home.
Greeted with :'Lloyd's let Loose' - DAD is here ⬇️sign
Sweet return to homely haven, with the wonderful thoughtful touches to help settle us in by My Ma & Pa for cuppa tea & coconut cakie
New Year Party begins : no words needed - Photos tell all xx
Big shout out to all our Nearest & Dearest visitors:
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... this was interesting considering none of us were actually awake to give in or argue and most of us left the souks with nothing much. Finally on the way to our 5star home...we finalized the details for this evenings shena****ns at the Armani Hotel - ooooh Lanie! Back in our rooms, house keeping had cleaned up again and replaced all the little bottles for us Clepto's to refill our stash...time for a nap, after an amazing espresso on the ...
... it’s barely understandable. It’s a few English words, followed by a smile—to which my only response is “yes, thank you!”—even though I have NO clue what anyone is saying. Fortunately, I wound up at the right gate and boarded the flight.
Interesting observation. Middle Eastern people view their seat assignment on the plane as a “suggestion” rather than a mandate. I saw more people trying to sit wherever they wanted, ...