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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the content, we don't know the religion so we guess that's what it's all about. One thing of note is how white it is, never been one to own a pair of sun glasses, this place really hurts your eyes if you don't own a pair. I do love the look of Deb in a Burqa, just need to get her used to walking two paces behind me. Back in the car and it's a straight drive to Al Ain, it another really nice hotel, nice pools, bars and restaurants. Just spend ...
... the one in Nassau. Except with no casino. We also made a photo stop at the Burj Al Arab Hotel, completed in 1999 and a recognize able symbol of Dubai. Then we went to the largest shopping mall in the world, the Dubai Mall. It's huge. Seriously. There's no way you can see it all in the 2 hours we had. Surprising to me, it had many American staples- even some specific to Chicago! Potbelly, Garrett's Popcorn, McDonalds, Burger King, ...
We met our chauffeur in the lobby at 6:30 am on a lovely fine London morning. We made our way in light traffic around to the terminal and checked in. Marg then went off to the Etihad transfer desk and called me over, explaining that she had managed to use her accumulated points which were about to expire to upgrade me to business class for the first leg of the journey. We made ...
... are a bit ugly. You can usually see lovely shoes with stiletto heels under the robes. I wonder whether they are naked under those awful black things. And why do the men wear white and the ladies black? I will have to google it, but not here as the wi-fi is pretty weak. I will have to publish this when I get home. I will also put some random photos in, as I haven't had much luck with photos. I think I include lots and only a few ...
Today is a holy day and the streets are dead. Visited the Emirates Palace - OMG !! Next we called into the Hilton capital for a traditional type lemonade/ mint drink up on the 18th floor ( this building leans and defies gravity) we had to see ...