Ramee Guestline Deira Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... fogged up instantly in the heat once the lens cap was removed! Luckily the phone cameras filled in the gap while our other cameras (and Troy and I also) adjusted to the heat!
We visited the Al Fahidi Fort which houses the Dubai Museum with exhibits covering the history of the area with pottery and other artefacts dating back to 3000BC and information on desert living and various pastimes of the original inhabitants. Following this we walked into the Old Dubai ...
... are transported this way from Dubai.
In less than 10 minutes, I was safely on the other side and ready to face another souk. This time, I went into one of the oldest souks in Dubai, aptly named Dubai Old Souk. I didn't particularly want to go into another one, but I was on a mission for my nephew. I immediately recognized that this was a different type of souk. Most of the shop keepers were quite older than the ones I'd met earlier in the day, and they weren't ...
well we are half way back from being half way around the world!
Hello from Dubai airport.
We had a great flight here, nice quiet passengers, great service, even got to see the lights of the towns in Greece, Turkey and where ever we were as flew over - such a clear night.
One of our bags was actually 5 kg heavier than allowed, with the other about 5 kg under but we got away with it as they mucked up ...
... around chaperoned visits to the Malls, not just for shopping but for just about any kind of entertainment. But contrary to what we hear, Dubai is not a land of equal opportunity. There's very much a class structure and native-born Emiratis are very much a class apart. There aren’t many of them – 200,000 out of a total population of 8 million, but they are provided with free healthcare, education, land and housing, the latter after they marry and have ...
... cards and many offers to provide me with advice and guidance should I require it.
Despite a long day at the executive forum, we decided to maximize our time in Dubai and end the evening at a nightclub called Cirque Du Soir. It was an amazing experience and featured live circus acts intermingling with the guests. From little people to giants, to sword jugglers, to fire breathers, to acrobats, this place had it all. That seems to be the theme of this place - Dubai really does have it all. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services