Millennium Plaza Hotel Dubai
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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For those of you keeping score (and I know I am) you will notice my sweet husband isn't holding up his end of the blog bargain. You may need to give him some encouragement. So- here I go again. Ever since I first saw an article in National Geographic Magazine many years ago on the Palm Islands of Dubai, I told Gerald I wanted to travel there …
... to very cold conditions (approx 10C) compared to what we had experienced over the past month in the Mediterranean, UK and Dubai. All in all we had an excellent holiday. I am extremely grateful that Claire was able to experience the cruise and able to participate in a reasonable amount of its activities. It is however a pity that her condition did inhibit her ability to enjoy it to the full extent. Let's hope that we may one day be able to do similar. Time will tell.
Second day of Dubai went a little like this:
I can repeat myself a million times about how I love my hotel. Jeffrey and I just cruised around the hotel grounds, jumping into pools and very warm seawater and chilling until the afternoon. The weather is super hot, but after jumping into the pool, I felt a total bliss. Jeffrey and I decided that every time I finish reading a chapter from my required summer reading, we would jump into the water. We did that until 1 or so and ...
... to a bar called ego... Put it this way, Ladies Night in Dubai means free drinks all night, and not just free drinks, the barman saw my cosmopolitan nearly empty, he filled it straight up, repeatedly! Sometimes when I hadn't even finished. Now that's service! It also meant I got a little tipsy very quickly! But we had a great night and danced until 3am! But the night didn't stop there.. We ended up going to an after party at a singers ...
... But we have explored most of Dubai. Everything is done on a large scale over here with no expenses spared when building new buildings and districts. But then we have also looked through the older areas where the every day people live and it is much different to the flashy new areas. Food costs about the same as what we would pay at home. The people dress differently over here. The clothing is very conservative and lots of the ladies wear the full black ...