Arabian Court at One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai
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Really clean, helpful staff, nice pool, lovely room
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... all of us – she is happy with our compliance.
We walked through the middle of the courtyard where we stopped and were given some facts and figures.
- 14 years to build the Mosque
- The Mosque will fit 50,000 worshippers in total – the majority outside but definitely many will fit inside.
- Over 30 different types of marble were used in the construction of this Mosque
- 82 domes ...
... I didn't really need it.
So then caught a taxi back to hotel and went to bed around 11.30. I don't know what time Allan turned the light out, but I have been awake since 5.30 and doing things quietly, it is now 6.40 and he is still asleep! I am sure he is catching up on all the times at home where he is getting up early every day for work, or a dog show somewhere. I am going to try out the gym when it opens at 8 and do some cycling and then will pack for our flight to Milan.
... on to the outside deck.
After descending we visited the Dubai Mall which again is the world's largest ( they have an obsession with world records here) where we visited the indoor skating rink, not to be confused with the mall that has the indoor ski hill.
Another interesting thing about this mall is that it has a Tim ...
... is five km by five km and the crescent breakwater is 11km long.The island was made from sand dredged from the bottom of the Persian Gulf. The islands were built using only sand and rock, no concrete or steel was used. The outer crescent houses many luxury hotels, including the Atlantis, which is at the top, center. The fronds are residential areas. We toured the Lost Chamber Aquarium in the Atlantis Hotel. This was really well done (won't bore you ...
After a slightly delayed start we left Melbourne at about 1am and landed in Dubai about 14h later. The taxi that brought us to our hotel this morning was driven by what looked like a 15 year old lad, and was toe curlingly fast with multiple lane changes in very busy traffic, using a lot of horn and brakes. Was this a special show for the tourists? Probably not because there seemed to be other examples all around us. No ...