Ramada Continental Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and still have 12 hours to explore Dubai.
Whilst the only clothes I had were the winter ones I was wearing when I boarded my flight in Geneva, the weather was quite mild fortunately so I felt comfortable. Luckily my shirt has long sleeves as some eating establishments, such as in my hotel, for 'modesty' reasons won’t allow men in in short sleeves!! I guess it’s for my protection. No doubt these local women would ...
... has been present in the modest villas around over 20% growth.
Apartment in Dubai also undergone almost an equivalent trend in which the low budget residential units recorded a significant price hike of 14.6%, while high and middle range apartments registered a typical increases in prices by 10% each.
The Rental sector wasn't left behind because of the trend and shown recognizable improvement. Again the boom was ...
... thing for us to share together. The good Lord willing, we will definitely be back!
We land at Addis at 1pm, and get checked into our Emirates flight to Dubai. We must say that the contrast of the “decadence” of Emirates first class with the camping in the bush is almost comical, but at the same time, we really enjoy being pampered. It will be fun to sleep in a king sized bed together ...
... s like getting into a hot, salty bath. It's not really refreshing or cooling, it's actually quite a strange sensation and you can't help looking around for the hot tap that must still be running, the shampoo, and the soap.
As a way of enjoying the sunshine Scott went and snapped a few photos whilst the security guards kept an eye on him to make sure he hadn't broken onto the beach from a competing hotel, and I took the opportunity ...
... and lita's. Languages: There were 5 different languages to contend with; German, Hungarian, Czech, Polish and Lithuanian. None bore any resemblance to the others, we thought Hungarian was the nicest sounding language and Lithuanian the most difficult to understand. Walking: We walked every one of the 66 days we were away, sometimes nights, and reckon we averaged 5 kms per day (conservative). Total: 330 ...