Arabian Court at One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai
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Really clean, helpful staff, nice pool, lovely room
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... who is working in Dubai and she proved to be an excellent tour guide while we were there. What a special way to start the last segment of our adventure!
The architecture in Abu Dhabi & Dubai is just awesome (and they are not done). They are hosting Expo 2020 and they are feverishly building more and more to be ready for the event. I think their national bird is the "CRANE" . Tom kept saying he thought he was in fantasyland!
... br> 1 van
3 super fast ferries
1 hire car
No accidents (in any mode of transport - that's not to say there were not some near misses, but what happens on tour stays on tour!)
No homicides (we all made it through without killing each other)
No international incidents. (no Chevy Chase National Lampoon Vacation here)
No luggage lost.
So to sum up - how could ...
... huge palm shaped housing plan built on reclaimed land with the sea as divider for each section of palm. The stalk of the palm was built over with apartment buildings of around 6-8 stories high each sitting in park like surroundings, each with space and playgrounds, walkways and beach access. The fronds of the palm had stunning low rise houses , rental of the smallest being around NZ 250,000 per an. As the monorail progressed out to sea we approached the head of the palm the ...
... ship and they were starting to pull down the set up outside the gangplank area.
“Don’t go without us” we said … they didn’t. Yay … made it.
Goods and chattels dropped off at the cabin and then to lunch – we were hungry !
We decided if the Dining Room was open, that would be a good option, it was so we went there and ate light.
... To be fair, we were only forty five minutes to an hour late taking off, and when we did we were greeted with the greatest view from an aeroplane window that we have ever seen. The clouds still hung around the mountains, the rain torrential as we commenced our take off. It was a little bumpy going through the clouds, but as we rose above them the Peaks of the Himalayan mountains stood proud, piercing their way through the clouds and ...