Palma Beach Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the world. It is unreal to see. There are 57 elevators in the building. Even up close it looked like it was in a movie. The windows must be black because it looks like there are no lights on except for the edges of the building where they twinkle intermittently. The observation deck is on the 125th floor and goes about half way up. Tickets are about $100. we didn't do that.
The hotel is attached to the Dubai Mall, the largest in the world. It has a two story aquarium ...
... on it..... Diane spent a short while in the gold souk but refrained from buying. We finally succumbed to the heat and returned to our hotel room to chill..literally! Tonight we went to dinner at Bianca with McCarthys. It is in a "boxcar" district, with funky shops and cafes, all in converted metal shipping crates. Food was good, and patrons mostly locals. I had burrata, an ...
... Bought more souvenirs- headed off to the airport in a taxi. The plane was so old there were ashtrays in each arm rest. The entertainment system was antique- had to watch a scant collection of movies at prescribed times. A cramped, demoralising 6 hour flight. We arrived at the hotel at around 1am. Met with a cool lime and mint drink. And a hot towel. The room is ridiculously luxurious with spectacular views- room ...
... and hard pillows for us to sit on. First up was this man dressed in a dress and he danced spinning around continuously the whole time, probably about 20 minutes. How an earth he didn't fall down is beyond me. His dress had lights on it so it was a little like a light show. David got lots of photos. He selected people from the crowd to put on part of his costume and try the spinning thing. Next up was a young girl belly dancing. She tried ever ...
... feel out of place with in our traveling garb as fellow holiday makers appeared in jeans, shorts and large hats. We enjoyed a ride in a 1952 Land Rover, reminding Rhianwyn of her childhood visits to her granddads farm. Whilst we could not enjoy the sun set due to sand haze we could learn about falconry before heading off to our camp. We watched traditional dancing with guns and with 'the hair' before the highlight of ...