Pullman Dubai Deira City Centre
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... After trying to find out how things might be cheaper, we concluded that the buffet option would be best. And that proved to be a good decision. The spread available was massive, divided into ethnic origin - Chinese, Arabic, Indian, English, Italian (the feature for tonight - which had me muffling my impolite proclamation when seen) with pizza, pasta and risotto, Japanese and various salads. Then the dessert section was also just as vast, bringing back ...
... as well. The streets into the city are lined with tall buildings and we are yet to see a house as we know it, yet.
... 80 per person which included sand duning in a four wheel drive, you could hire quads bikes, dinner at a desert camping ground which had loads of live entertainment ( and free henna,camel rides, shiesha etc). I just enjoyed watching all the aeroplanes circling the air until they could land in Dubai. There would always be at least 7planes in the sky at once with a plane landing every 5 minutes. The location was just ...
... by the men in smart suites. We spent about three hours over lunch taking advantage of the comfortable seats and coolness of the area.
We wandered around the streets and alleys, through the spice and gold souks again and the textile souk too. I bought a wall hanging of an elephant. I don't know where I'm going to hang it but it's lovely so I'll have to find somewhere.
We were feeling rather jet lagged and tired having come from Bangkok so we ...
... Brian was bored. Went for dinner beside the dancing fountain and dessert. Went up the Burj Khalifa. Very scary but utterly enjoyable. Highlights of trip for me....getting to know Deirdre and finding out a little more about the Arabs and their dresses. Monkey Ralph enjoyed his time there too. Can't wait until we visit again it was good craic. Highlights Brian...Golf...golf...meat co, and the ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services