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 …
With fewer oil reserves than its neighbours, Dubai is determinedly pushing its way forward and upward to become one of the world's major tourist resorts. Not so long ago, it was just a fishing village huddled around the tranquil waterway of Dubai Creek, but now it has a population of around two million hell-bent on winning tourist dollars from all corners of the globe. With no history to speak of, Dubai focuses on the newest, largest, highest, ...
... French C******nay can be pretty darn good, not that buttery, unctuous clag that I have tried in the past. The best part of KLIA? Walking in the rainforest at the airport. Breathing moist, hot, non-air conditioned air. Delicious. So we got to Dubai. Instant great heat as we left our front-of-the-plane pampering and entered the wildly impressive airport. Within a couple of minutes there's the welcome phoney cool of air conditioning. Long queues for Immigration, fast ...
... lunch at the food court we went to see the indoor ski park. It offers every winter sport, skiing, snowboarding, sledding, luge, even penguins on display. Next was Cinderella at the movie theater, then another train ride back to the room, where we called Emirates to see if we could do stand by for our trip home. No such luck, so we are spending the last day just killing time. We are more than ready to come home. Our flight leaves at 2:45am and ...
... coastline. The aquarium has a lost Atlantis theme and does have an impressive variety of fish, swimming amongst mock ruins, and we were happy spending some time here. Also while we waited for our bus to continue the journey, we were able to admire the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, now restored now the wind has dropped. Next stop was the Dubai Mall, which has over 1200 shops, and lays claim to being the largest shopping and entertainment centre in the ...