Moevenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach
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... next to me in the restaurant was reading a newspaper printed in Arabic. Now I always knew that you read Arabic from right to left (as opposed to left to right in English), but what I did not know is that newspapers and books are printed the same way. I watched this man read the paper and he started reading the paper at what I would have thought was the back page and proceeded to the front. The only thing was that as he turned the pages I could see the pages also ...
... from a distance and not venture too much further in the heat. Even looking at The Atlantis from a far was pretty impressive. It's positioned away from the other high rise buildings so that it literally takes over the skyline. We stood at the end of the Palm but we couldn't really tell that we were there because you need to be looking down on it to appreciate the layout and enormity of the Palm. By this point, we were so hot and the 20 min walk back to the ...
... wieder nicht richtig aufgepasst habe, hatte ich mich eine Reihe zu weit nach hinten gesetzt. Egal! Auch die Sitznachbarn dort waren sehr nett. Sie waren auf dem Weg zu den Seychellen. Und dann Abflug. Aber halt! Das Gepäck! Vom Fenster aus konnte ich sehen wie das Gepäck verladen wurde. Ich saß quasi direkt über der Ladeluke. Die meisten Koffer waren in containerartige Wagen verpackt und wurden mit diesen verladen. Einige andere Koffer waren auf anderen Wagen und wurden einzeln mit einem ...
You are sitting in your room and the hotel phone rings. A heavy voice says, “I am ready for pick up” and hangs up the phone. You pause, breathe deeply, and head down to the lobby. Reclining on a leaning chair you see a stoic man with dark aviators. You attempt to introduce yourself and without a hint of emotion he stands and interjects, “What is your room number?” You declare your room number and he turns, “Follow ...
... top bus, which was a little easier on the feet.
We visited the old town to see the museum and some of the older mosques. This area has -naturally- more traditional buildings and not so many glass towers.It is a very comfortable area to be and there are none of the pressures to buy from street traders which is often found in many middle east countries.
We briefly visted Palm Island to see for ourselves the splendour of The Golden Mile which comprises huge ...
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