InterContinental Dubai Festival City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Dubai Festival City
Awesome hotel, great friendly staff. easy access to airport and city. Has connecting mall with great waterways restaurants.
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... which will be used for regional flights once construction of Al Maktoum is completed next year or two where they expect to get 160 million passengers per year. We couldn’t see anything but sand !!
On a little further, there was a massive electricity plant.
Shehnaaz told us that all of their drinking water is bottled which is imported. Water for use in the home / businesses is recycled from waste ...
Well I was going to do this blog post later, but seeing as I woke at 2.30 am and after reading a book, googling things to do, chatting on fb and am still not feeling like sleeping, maybe now is the time.
Our flights were pretty uneventful except for me losing my purse at Auckland airport cos it was in a different pocket (hard to get used to a new bag!), Allan not realising he still needed his boarding pass at Brisbane so he left it on ...
... is currently and that it is growing - hence all the high rise apartments I guess. The various sporting events being sponsored were also highlighted, as well as each of the many enormous shopping malls and speciality souks. Medical tourism is apparently a growth industry, with many cosmetic surgery clinics located here, but they also have a large general medical specialities to supply the residents. They are also quite proud of their education system which ...
... for miles trying to find the right path onto it, eventually we made it and started walking. We completely underestimated how big it was and flagged a taxi for the rest of the way as my feet were killing me by now. We got there, walked through the hotel, watched the sunset then realised there was another metro which would take us back to the other metro line. We had a swim back at the hotel then got ready to go out. We could not find a single place to get a drink from, we tried a ...
... salt was used as aftershave. I mean it may have been, but it smelt and looked exactly like a lump of salt! The Dhow was a great experience and extremely cheap!! 1D to cross the river. I noticed I was the only female on mine and it is used by a lot of the workers as a cheap way to get across the river, as most people opt for a taxi! Old Dubai - done!! On to Modern Dubai and the shopping malls this afternoon ( God help my bank ...