Ramee Royal Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 000 parking spaces, and more than 100 eateries.
There was even a movie theater with an IMAX screen. Interestingly, most of the films were American or European.
On a lower level, we found a giant Carrefour supermarket, probably the biggest one I’ve ever visited. It had every type of food imaginable, as well as the kind of clothes and housewares that would make Target proud.
On our fourth day here, we went for a desert adventure day, filled with sand duning, camel riding, and belly dancing. We jumped in a jeep and drove out to the desert. Our driver redefined the term "off-roading," as we went right off the highway and into the sand dunes. Pictures and videos do not give the sensation justice. We went up and down the hills at max speed, only to have the ...
... much all we had time and energy for. If we had longer we might have ventured to older areas of the city but all in all Dubai wasn't the place for us. We headed back to the hotel, had some food on the way and caught the last train to the airport at 11.30pm. After 2 successive night flights in such a short period the wait in the airport for our 2.50am flight was painfully slow but we knew this would be our last night flight for a long time. Next destination Tokyo, ...
... of the ancient beautiful structure has been destroyed. It would be incredible if they rebuilt it as it was. The builders look like the same guys who did the Fremantle Prison as the base structure is made out of the same stuff. Lol. Now I am off for an explore of the city. Meet the tour tonight and then tomorrow it starts. Walked for miles today. Wandered through the back streets and found some interesting spots. Plaka reminds me a ...
... tallest, richest, etc. Pretty much anything you want or need can be found here. The women are all beautiful, the sights are enchanting and the experiences one of a kind. Even though it is a Muslim country, the UAE is more relaxed in it's approach and women are asked to wear modest dress in public. Dubai is divided into areas called "cities" where businesses of similar themes group together for convenience. Some examples are Media City, ...