Legacy Hotel Apartments
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... her had to sit next to a very grumpy, very overweight lady who was the last person on the plane. She was spilling over into Devs seat area, and they couldn't get her table to go down when lunch was served - awkward! (As a result, Dev is currently sitting by the window on the plane to Dubai haha). The flight took about three hours, and we arrived in Sydney. We had about 4 hours in between flights, so we did some more shopping, this time hitting the duty free! We got some ...
... were to drop out of talks, leaving only six emirates to agree on union on 18 July 1971.On 2 December 1971, Dubai, together with Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Qawain and Fujairah joined in the Act of Union to form the United Arab Emirates. The ...
... see...it has a huge ski slope area that even has chair lifts to the top for a good ski down...very odd but very cool all the same. After an hour or so there we went back to our hotel for a swim and lunch before heading in to the Dubai Mall which has an ice skating rink,and huge aquarium in the mall! All the malls are packed with shops and people. We watched the Amazing fountain light show before heading back to our hotel for late dinner and packing ...we leave early to head home on ...
... She was me. I was her. As Adele said to me when she left for the bathroom: you are seeing her soul. Adele joined in our conversation and we had this beautiful, soulful conversation about the “Interior Cathedral” that resides in each of our souls. We were not only on a 12 hour journey to Dubai, we were on a shared human journey, each of us in various ways lured into a confining and false “House of Gods” which claim ...
... wandered around and did a little shopping, checked out the enormous waterfall and the ice skating rink (Olympic sized of course) and the aquarium. It was gorgeous and we didn't have time to really do it justice, especially seeing Rob hates shopping! The mall is next to the Burj Khalifa which is the tallest building in the world, no surprise there! There were no queues here either so we got tickets and went up in the fastest lift in ...