Landmark Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we had packed our bags for being out all day. Hmmm, completely different to what we actually did!
We caught a taxi to where we wanted to get on the Red Bus as that was a lot quicker because of the direction of the route. The man was very helpful explaining what we got for our tickets, and where to go. It was about this time that we realised that the taxi had taken us 3 Red Bus stops further on than we wanted to be. Oh well, never mind, so took Red Bus for several ...
We arrived in Dubaiat 4.50 am after a 14 hour flight feeling slightly jaded. A taxi took us to our hotel that is a new one just a few blocks from Owen's apartment block...so it should be any easy walk to his flat. All seemed well. But before Owen and Oscar arrived to go for breakfast we had to move to another room. All the electric sockets in the first room had packed up. As ...
... view which of course take in the Burj Al Arab, the two palms and 'the world', value for money? Well, don't regret it so I guess so. Back down to earth and we head to the metro (which is now running) the station is 'in' the attached mall but must have been over a miles walk. Some random guy gave us one day metro tickets and we headed off to the marina. Really nice, visited last time we were here and it was still under construction but now it looks top drawer. ...
... by the Regional Officer, Omar, and the Regional Manager and the Regional Director, Stephen. (Honestly, I have no idea what the difference is between anyone in the company with the title “Regional” attached to them.) So, we drive to the beach to have a completely authentic lunch at a local jaunt called the Cheesecake Factory—yep, that one! The only difference is there is no alcohol on the menu and all the bacon is made of beef. So, I have a Cobb Salad and ...
... check for anything I’d forgotten, I hoisted my pack and made my way to the central train station where I checked my pack into the left luggage office.
My goal for the morning was to buy a copy of the fourth book in the Witcher series by Andrej Sapkowski in English. I’d finished my Robin Hobb novel a while back on my trip and given Sapkowski is Polish, I thought it’d be cool to get a copy of the book from Poland. I had a look ...