Villa Rotana - Dubai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Well, borrowing from Genesis is a bit over the top, but still. A total of 14 hours on a plane is never easy, but the seats were great (lots of leg room), the flight was well short of full and the entertainment system had enough choices to keep us amused. Note, if you haven't seen the film "Room", do yourself a favour, it's awesome. One scene in the …
... bag by a third (we can easily fit all our clothes for both of us into the size of a carrier bag!) We visited the fish market on Wednesday just to have a look around. It's a bit o an ordeal as the vendors are quite eager to get your attention and love to wave wet fish in your face in order to do this. There is also a meat section, which is a lot more relaxed affair, and you can watch the heads and carcasses of beasts being butchered in relative tranquillity -Vic was most pleased!
... society if she was respected, it was because she had earned it.
Anyway, after meeting with Elaine, we had an opportunity to visit Ritz-Carlton in the Financial district of Dubai, a meeting with Bina Hawabhay, the Area Sales Manager for Middle-East and North Africa for Airplus, a unique payment solution initiative, and finally a site visit and High Tea at JW Marriot Marquis, the tallest hotel in the world.
... s like a shopping centre! Jonny bought a coffee with some dirhams we had spare from stopping at Dubai on the way, then I bought some werthers originals for the plane to stop my ears from popping. We're about to take off, just 7 hours to go and then we land in Birmingham Airport. Crazy that we are almost back home! Time goes so ridiculously fast! When we left home it was the beginning of the year, winter, and around my birthday ... But now it's almost ...
The speed limits in Abu Dhabi are higher on the freeway than in Dubai. Speed limits for “heavy vehicles” or mini vans are 80kph and for car, 120kpm whereas in Abu Dhabi the speed for cars is 140kph.
We noticed fences along part of the freeway and the reason for that is to keep the camels off the road !!
We passed by several developments about 45km from the ...