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- Shuttle bus service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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Wow, what a night. At 11 pm I realized that we made absolutely no preparations for travelling with a minor who was not a child of mine (at least not biologically). A late night phone call resulted in Monica scrambling over the next 3 hours pulling together the proper paperwork together and emailing to us. Thanks Monica (and Lakota from ...
... 55 dirham for my £10. Back then to the tram station. The ticket I purchased covered both train and tram journeys. Firstly we had to take a short tram ride on a spotlessly clean, modern, air conditioned tram and then board a train of the same quality. With the aid of staff and a trusty guide book we caught the tram to the correct station. We then had to walk along a modern, clean, air conditioned passageway, aided by two long ...
... a full three hours to 9am and go back to sleep. Bliss!
Jonathan arrived for a ten o'clock breakfast (although he had already eaten the full works aboard his ship.). It was great to see him, even if, somehow he had persuaded the receptionist to upgrade him to a sea-view apartment on the 26th floor. We were only on the 17th floor, with a balcony view over the 20 lane highway beneath and a murky, hazy, sandy view of the high-rise city beyond.
... deciding on a necklace. Again, you can only admire the industry and businesslike atmosphere of mostly young men ekeing out a living. You have to wonder what sort of strike rate they get when there are so many shops with so much stock on the shelves. How do they pay the rents let alone make a living ?
We continued the gallop through the gold souk, dodging more touts and soft drink vendors, and then headed for the Spice Souq. On the way, we found the ...
... a driver. It crosses Dubai, so from there we could see the Burj el Arab 7* hotel, Burj el Khalifa and the financial district.
Looking for a place to lunch, we crossed the Dubai gold souq, with several tones of gold stored in their jewelries. I must say I'm not really interested in jewels... I think if I had so much money I would spend it in other things...
Finally we had lunch: a ...