Pearl Coast Premier Hotel Apartments
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... modernized, but it still houses old style markets - a gold and a spice market. We took a boat up and down the river, getting out to explore the spice market. The shear amount of spices was impressive to say the least, and the sellers were very knowledgeable about each and every herb, nut, and mineral. It was hard to decide which merchants had the best products, but our deciding factor was whether or not they had air conditioning - a very technical approach to our ...
... end the Old Dubai Souks were more of what I was expecting from the Middle East, small streets, lots of people out the front of their shops trying to sell their stuff but the constant badgering from every little shop we passed was a bit much, especially when they wouldn’t take no for an answer, not to mention the one or two guys who followed us for a bit just saying various high-end product names like "Gucci", “Rolex”, “Prada” and so ...
... large lounge/ dining room all rather American.
First priority has been to catch up on some sleep before trying to adjust our body clocks to the new time zone. Tomorrow we have arranged for a 4 hour tour of Dubai so now sitting on the balcony enjoying the late afternoon sun and temperatures in the low twenties with a gentle breeze to blow away thoughts of snow and frost into distant memories - bliss!!
... the burj which is on the lower ground floor.
It only took a minute in the lift to ascend 124 floors. My ears were ears popping and I was looking for the oxygen mask to drop down.
Amazing views of the sandpit. I was right, the city of Dubai is built in a sandpit. Everything was dusty and hazy.
Well worth the effort and price. A definite ...
Yesterday, December 19th, we all set off at about 9.30am heading for Birmingham Airport to begin our adventure. The plane left England at about 1.15 and off we went. We had our lunch on the plane. After 8 hours we landed in Dubai.
Uncle Owen was waiting to meet us. Dubai time is 4 hours ahead of the UK so in Dubai time it was 3 o'clock in the morning before we arrived at our apartment. It ...