Lotus Hotel Dubai
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... has more high rise buildings per square km than any other place on Earth. Or so it seems. The skyline of several discrete districts across the city is dominated by futuristic, traditional and thematic skyscrapers. Topping the bill is the Burj Kalifa, the world's tallest man-made structure at 830m format the ground to the tip of the mast. That's staggering.
This being an oil rich, car dependent global region, the city's ...
... chandeliers imported from Germany. Each one is covered in crystals The Grand Mosque is one the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for 41,000 worshippers. It features 82 domes, over a 1,000 columns, 24 carat gold gilded chandeliers and the world's largest hand knotted carpet......Thank you guide book....... The marble work, stained glass work and pillars are all works of art. Very, very opulent. I thought it was close to the ...
We were out of our apartment by 10.30am and made our way to the airport early so we could try and sort out getting tax back on a lot of our purchases. Well it wasn't really worth doing it cos the company said we had to get a slip from each company we purchased from in order to get tax back. The only one we could claim was a measly £8! Haha we were a tad grumpy afterwards as people told us we could do it at the airport easy ...
... shopping to do for gifts for family, we spent the day in the Dubai Mall, in the shadow of the Burj Khalifa, and overlooking the Dancing Fountains. The range of goods and brand names available is stunning. In Istanbul we heard it said often: "This is Turkey. Anything is possible." In Dubai, it would be apposite to have heard: "This is Dubai. Everything you may ever desire is available." (I wonder this may also have applied to the black Maserati Grantourismo soft-top coupe sitting in the ...
... to the room, sort our bags, Skype home and get to bed ready for an early start for the next flight. We were woken up this morning by prayers been sung from the mosque down the road from our hotel, it's not something I've ever heard and I wondered what an earth it was but apparently they do it in Turkey too and Matty's heard it there. Definitely learnt a few new things over the last 2 days. So that's a little snippet of Dubai, it's a lovely place, but now I've been here ...