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 …
... Palm, and Jumeirah Beach. We didn't have time to stop as planned, but that's ok since we're staying in this part of town on our return leg.
After the bus returned us back to the Mall, we headed for the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. I'd booked tickets on line to ensure that we didn't queue for hours - normal entry is to floor 125, but for a bit more we could go to floor 148. Well it's not every ...
... at. First of all this was in fact the hotel that could claim to be the most expensive the Dubai and the Middle East, with the cheapest room starting at close to $1,000 USD per night. To top it off that room is only about 300 square feet and doesn’t really have that great of a view (according to our guide). When we arrived at the hotel our van had to first go through a security check at the front gate, they do not allow people to just “visit” the hotel, ...
... get to their chosen viewpoint at about 5.30pm and then just drank until the chosen hour, David and I quickly came to the conclusion that the order of everyday in Dubai is eating and drinking...a lot! The witching hour was with us and the fireworks were breathtaking and amazing, must have cost a fortune...oh I forgot money doesn't seem to be in short supply here. The usual hugs and kisses and more drink, but to be quite honest David and I were needing sleep, lots of sleep, say no ...
... stuff and whilst the car was near vertical some times, he was very safe. After about 45mins dune bashing, a stunning sunset and then off to the desert camp for BBQ and some dancing. We both got a henna tattoo, sat on the camel and declined smoking out of some bottle!... The other couple with us told us it was like fruity tobacco ... Not for us! Dinner was lovely the traditional Arabic dancer was great, the belly dancer from somewhere eastern block was ho hum... Not ...