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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... society to become. The horrible thing is that it could be a reflection of what will be if we dont get out act together to protect our natural world so we dont have to "fake it".
Hopefully it is not too late. So all of you that have had any desire to go to Dubai...please go and see for yourself. Please go and form you own opinion and what ever it is please let all your friends and the world know.
... check in is at 2pm, so I thought I'd take the chance to explore. I put on my day pack and headed out into the sun. It didn't take long for me to disappear between the high rise buildings with the sun finding me between them. I can't really put to words what experiencing the sun here for the first time is like. It didn't take me long before I was searching for some shops to buy water and sun cream. I bought water from a food place, the ...
Blue Route on Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus * >500 mosques * air conditioned bus stops * Burj Khalifa 828 m; most expensive sq mile on the planet; 160 floors; Armani Hotel * Mercato - Italian themed shopping centre * can be 48 degrees summer; down to 8 in "winter" * J W Marriott tallest hotel * Jumeirah Beach Park 32 acres * The World - man made in shape of world map * 1966 oil discovered; only 7% now of ...
... to read and learn a lot about Dubai and how it has developed so quickly. Tuesdays are ladies night in Dubai so we had to experience this. We went out for tea and some cheap cocktails at a place called the observatory which overlooks the 5km long palm island. The view was only made better by the sun setting over the ocean. We then headed to some other cool places for FREE cocktails and sheesha. Wednesday was a sleep in day because we were going on a desert safari in the ...
... highest in the world. We looked at them from the Palm and it really is beyond imagination how high these buildings actually are.
The afternoon was relatively quiet; I edited some photo's (among which some I took last night) and we did some shopping. Among those some chocolate made from camel-milk, which was actually very good. As camel milk doesn't contain lactose it can be easily digested. This evening a Friend of the family came over for dinner and we had a great dinner at ...