Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... love the sight of a new visa! Then it dawned on me that I had not yet changed any money, so Emma not only took me to get the visa, but also ended up paying for it : what a fine guest I am! Actually, we hadn't really gone straight to the consulate, due to an error with the address, so we initially found ourselves outside a building with no flag or sign, but which matched the address we had... the gate ...
Up and out soon before ten, topped up with fuel, but no shop so breakfast will have to wait. Hour and a half is all fairly nondescript and gets us to the boarder, it's fairly confusing again, we have to park up and go in, sign stuff, come out, drive on, give some stuff up, passports out, passports back. It's not quite as bad as going into Oman and it's free so happy days. The road as we leave the boarder crossing seems to cross the boarder another three times which ...
... in over 2 days, planning my trip home from Dubai. Kuwait is canceled. I need to get back to my world and continue my recovery. This is the worst I’ve had it in ages, hands down.
I’m staying a couple of extra days, simply because I can’t handle a flight right now. Then back by Monday….Nothing like a medical emergency to add a fly to the ointment, huh?
Friday, November 21 (Dubai)
On Friday morning, I woke up feeling NOT like death. I had ...
... We then caught a taxi back to our hotel and had a lazy lunch. Friday in Dubai is the same as our Sundays so there are many tours that don't seem to run and places that either don't open at all or open later in the afternoon. It's their religious day and family day. Then they have Saturday. So work/week days to them are Sunday to Thursday. Lunch/brunch on a Friday at the hotel is a different affair with all you can eat from every direction. All they want to ...
... the desert to the camp then an Arabic meal and belly dancing. Dubai had a lot to see including the gold and spice market in old Dubai, fancy hotels, malls, fountain show and the Burj Khalifa the worlds tallest building. Glad to have a stop over before our one last long flight to London, awesome start to our ...