Moevenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We flew to Dubai from LA last night. The flight was 15 1/2 hours it was very long but we got to go on an A380 but not upstairs. I watched some movies on the plane, Disney's Planes, Back to the Future 1 & 2 and part of number 3 and some episodes of Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Imagination Movers and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, I didn't really …
... and down to left luggage to deposit the bikes and the duffle bags. Carrying three bags each for our stopover in Dubai was enough. We were served by a very rude local female who sat slouched in her chair. She may have had her king size sheet caught on the legs of her chair! Once deposited, we headed out of the airport towards the cab rank to be hit by a brick wall of dry dry 34* heat.
The cabdriver was a cheery young ...
... its knees (if a building were to have knees). Its shape is an intricate design of curved towers unevenly stacked on top of each other and it literally sparkles at night. The lake in front of it has a fountain that shoots twice as high as the one at the Bellagio in Vegas. Needless to say, Deep and I had a very romantic dinner at a delicious Thai restaurant surrounded by cauldrons of fire on the waters edge last night.
... down this single track road to show us where to go, it looked all locked up. The man then got out his car and got some other man from a house near by over. Turns out he was the keeper of the fort and unlocked the doors for us and let us roam around the place freely. So if ivar had never waved the guy down we would of never got in, another cool thing we found out when we got home was that this fort is actually not open to the public!!! We got lucky thats for ...
... br> The park was incredible. We spent hours there, travelling around the rapids on our floating plastic rings, and going on all of the water rides. Despite it bring quite busy, it never felt over crowded, with the longest queue for any ride being about 5 to 10 minutes.
The boys decided that the first ride yo go on should be something called “the leap of faith” - if the name doesn't already send shivers done your spine, then perhaps the official description will ...