Landmark Hotel

Omar Bin Al Khattab Rd, Al Nasser Square, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | 3 star hotel
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Hello Dubai and their lovely cats!!!!

A travel blog entry by jacandpito

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You could say today was officially the longest day in the history of the world, we gained an extra 7hours in the air flying from Sydney last night making it an epic 31hr day. It was a day where it felt the sun would never rise, and when it did, would never set. Luckily this saga was set in the city of Dubai, an ever so intriguing city full of juxtaposition which had your head scratching for more. So many clashes of culture, faith, landscapes, architecture, attitudes, people, ...

The dry zone

A travel blog entry by chrissiesea

We have been experiencing Dubai. What a place, it is just amazing. We spent the morning exploring the old part which is in fact the Indian quarter where we are staying and then after lunch we went to the museum which we thought was going to be a small thing in an old fort but the museum was down through one of the towers and spread out under ground, It ...

Battles, Monoliths, Street Photography, Home

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean

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... lights. It was fabulous. The following day we also met up again, this time to cover the old central district of Kolkata, home to the Christian, Chinese and Jewish communities. This was equally interesting and a great counter balance to the first day.


Suddenly I was on the way to the airport and with a ver welcome Emirates upgrade, left India in business class. An overnight stay in Dubai was a welcome rest and lovely re-introduction to ...

The Last Day

A travel blog entry by lucyando

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... re one and the same; both are close to Waterloo Station) but eventually found the place I was looking for - to discover it was closed for the day due to a private event. This made me rather grumpy as it meant I'd then wasted an hour but at least I know the Southbank area very well now. I walked back over to Westminster Station and took the tube to Covent Garden Market, which we'd visited in our first week in London. The area had been transformed ...

East Coast Tour

A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi

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We slept in! A mad rush to shower, pack a bag with bathers and have breakfast. Then meet Leonie and Glenn in the foyer. We had time to spare for the bus to arrive and off we went. We boarded the bus and picked up some more travellers before heading East to the Emirate of Sharjah, built by the British in 1932. It has been the cultural capital since 1998. there are seven Emirates in the UAE, Abu Dhabi is the largest. Dubai is the ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Dubai, is near Burj Dubai, Arabian Adventures, Hop on Hop off Bus, and Seawings.
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