Golden Tulip Sharjah
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... Katelyn pushed floor number 24. We had joked about it earlier to mum as she had inadvertently gone to floor 15 the other day with other people in the lift. She said that she may go up to the top at some stage. Katelyn had decided that last night was it..... When she pressed the floor number mum was already near there and was actually going to do it herself. Brave mum. We ended up on the rooftop so she saw the pool and the spectacular night view. Admittedly it was a very quick ...
... only option to make it to the Garden was to cross all of the lanes of traffic and hope for the best.
Right when we had accepted our fate and were about to make a run for it, a car stopped. Luckily, Facundo was with us and talked to the man who happened to be a cab driver and would take us to the gardens for 20 dirhams. Blessed be the Lord we got in his cab and he drove us the rest of the way there.
Upon arriving at the gardens, we realized that hmmmm this place looks ...
... necessary in this climate!), leading the hot air out and cooling the dwellings. The rooftop also gave us great views of the surrounding buildings, including a mosque and also of the creek in the distance.
Continuing on our tour of the historical district, we headed through the courtyard of a mosque (visits sadly not allowed) and to the Al Fahidi Fort, which is now the Dubai Museum. We would have loved to see it all, but ...
... pool. Although it was still early, the temperature was already in the high 20sC and the water was so inviting that we eventually went & raided our luggage for swimwear. We had a refreshing swim and shower, checked into our room then walked to the Mall of the Emirates just down the road.
We had this afternoon plus tomorrow morning to explore & decided to take the Hop on/Hop off bus as we’d done in ...
... but it is now showing its age and it was very quiet. Do not know how the shopkeepers pay their rents. They would be lucky to have a sale each day of anything. Lunch at Brewsters and then a walk to the Mina a Salaam hotel complex before heading back to Mall of the Emirates.
Took the well patronised Dubai Metro to Dubai Mall. This service runs the north/south spine of Dubai parallel to Sheik Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, is driverless, ...