Golden Tulip Suites Dubai
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... souk. Lucy managed to haggle a pashmina from 550 AED down to 50! Which she was glad of when it started to fall apart the moment she put it on!! Then we went across the creek on a boat with no sides to the Bur Dubai souks and the grand mosque just in time for the call to prayer. Then on to the metro to see the postcard sights! World trade centre was our first metro stop where we saw the Emirates towers and various other impressive sky scrapers on to the Dubai mall. Where ...
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... the water.. Felt liberated :) After swimming and sunbathing we had a walk in to the down town area, it's very old but feels authentic.. Very different from what we will see tomorrow but we are excited to see both. Then came back, got ready and went out for tea. We first stopped off at the executive lounge (we had a letter stating we could - defo a mistake tho,) in here we were first questioned but we produced our letter haha ...
... described a turning point in her life journey which set her on a quest to bravely chart her own course. With a group of college students she went on a pilgrimage to Mecca, as many Muslims do. When they were right near the House of God, a dark, stone mosque that is the end of the destination, she had an epiphany while getting shoved in the chorale of impatient pilgrims… Along the route, she kept noticing beggars with fingers and ...
... in the sea and we had a great taxi driver who explained it all to us. Atlantis was very busy, it's a huge hotel right in the crescent of the palm and we hunted around and explored a bit looking for the Curtis's, even got out to the pool and the beach which were guest only but couldn't find them unfortunately. Taxi back to the hotel for a rest/swim before our Safari. We were picked up in the 4WD at 430pm and headed out to the desert from there, ...