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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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We were up at 4.30am this morning. After sleeping in yesterday, we had a wake up call, the phones alarm set, and my watch alarm set. We got ourselves ready then took our cases and bags to the concierge. We checked out in an account sense, then went to breakfast at 5.55am. It wasn't due to open until 6.30 so we got a couple of dirty looks but ...
There's something rather exciting about getting to play tourist in a city where you live. Though I spent my first couple of days in Dubai seeing some of its most famous sites, it wasn't until the end of the year that I had the opportunity to embrace the tourist side of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. When I started this blog, I didn't imagine I'd write a travel entry for my new home city but I promised to write about my adventures and one week strolling ...
... here, wee guys on golf buggies will go get you drinks from the club house and bring them to you on the course, which is ridiculously cool. Met loads of really nice ex-pats at the gold club, everyone is very friendly but it's not cheap, I spent far more than I anticipated I would do so need to reign it in a bit. Finishing off the night I fell asleep in the taxi on the way home. All day drinking from 11.30 to 11.30 pretty much.
... at 0035 Friday 29 Aug, it was 31 degrees. No immigration entry cards required and visas given upon arrival, just get off the plane, get a cab and make our way to the hotel to sleep. No luggage to collect because the QANTAS check in lady had checked our luggage through to Athens, we just had our on board bags with a change of clothes etc so a quick exit. Jus excelled himself this trip with our first hotel in Dubai. No padded walls or lifts ...
... with plantations of bananas, pineapples, mangoes, coconuts etc and of course lots of spice farms. We did an interesting visit to a spice farm and learned a lot about how the different spices were grown.
Also went through a coral cave where slaves were hidden prior to being shipped out of Zanzibar after slavery had been outlawed by the Sultan of Oman. Zanzibar was where the Sultan of Oman moved his capital in the ...