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 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 ...
... be) here for less time than I have.
But despite (or possibly because of) its neverending change and transformations, Dubai is a city of opportunities for a Dallas boy like myself whose previous urban experience was the glorious city of Philadelphia. If you're willing to leave your apartment, embrace the glamour, and maybe (read: likely) spend a bit of money, the opportunities for fun and adventure in Dubai are truly incredible.
... platform, the train arrived in due time and whisked me to Frederick Chopin airport.
I had already checked-in online so I just had to drop my pack off and go through security. None of the food options in the airport looked appetising so I decided to wait for food on the flight to Dubai. I didn’t have long to wait until they called for boarding. Passport and boarding pass on hand, I stepped onto the plane and started my journey home.
... to the Cheesecake Factory for a coffee and cheesecake. That didn't happen - shared Asian spring rolls, Greek salad, BBQ chicken pizza with the girls and Mitch had pizza and Caesar salad. Needless to say no room this time either for cheesecake! Maybe next time :) Back to the air conditioned room for a home and away catch up while Mitch read his book (OMG Casey)!! Then down for a couple of nightcap drinks (no dinner for us) before retiring for our last night at Sofitel Jumeriah Beach ...