Dubai Grand Hotel
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After the amazing temple trip in Japan, we left Osaka Airport at night for our 11 hour long flight to Dubai. We slept on the plane so that when we arrived to Dubai at 5:45 in the morning, we weren't exhausted and dull.
Upon arriving to Dubai Airport, we took a cab to our hotel. On this drive we got to see the beautiful city of Dubai and what …
... of applause for the pilot.
All in all we had 12 flights over the whole trip, including 2 in the small plane at Milford Sound.
This was the only tricky one we had, with no delays worth mentioning.
Everything worked out for us. We've had a great time. We're a bit jet lagged so intend to relax now for a while and think about all we've seen and done.
By the way................... Where do you think we should go next?
... it was the closest I have felt to home in a long time. I also checked out Dubai and I was lucky enough to travel up to the tallest building in the world - The Burj Kahleifer. An amazing building and work of art in architectural design. The lift up to the top is blacked out so you don't feel sick shooting up through the city towards the clouds. At the top I enjoyed the great lookout inside and outside. Dubai really is a skyscraper city in the middle of the desert. The Dubai mall ...
... floors in the lift (which took a mere 60 seconds), I stepped out awaiting a moment of awe, and was just greeted with, well, nothing really. Admittedly any logical person would have anticipated this before going all the way up there, but I guess because Dubai is only really less than half a century old (or so I'm reliably informed!), there's just nothing to see. There are obviously some fairly impressive buildings, but even those don't look very impressive when the scale is so far ...
... ticket office to the Burj and all the tickets were sold out until 9. 30 in the night. We went outside for as long as we could stand it and walked around the outside of the Burj taking pictures up the 828m ( Empire State Building 381m) of the building. We selected a ticket for the next day as they were filling up fast as well and settled in for lunch, Mexican, our first non local fast food of the trip. We then decided to travel a few stops more on the rail ...