Regent Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... I have more than enough meat on my bones to survive a lengthy hunger strike.
After wards, instead of making the most of my hotel room and sleeping another 4 hours (or sight seeing, which would have been a stress given rush hour and my impending flight) I relaxed in bed. (At this moment my eyes are heavy and I could easily pass out standing up, thanks past-Christina for drinking three café au lait and not sleeping).
Oh and I finally ...
... in Dubai) before heading to the Burj Al Arab for high tea. Here we were seated in a restaurant high up in the lavish seven star hotel overlooking the coastline and served seven courses along with prune juice (no champagne due to Ramadan), mocktails, tea and coffee. We were given a free red rose to celebrate our honeymoon. We were stuffed by the end of high tea and took a few photos inside and outside the Burj Al Arab hotel before heading back to our Sheraton hotel for ...
... noticed because trains aren't always completely wheelchair friendly. We found a lovely Arab man who took me in my wheelchair (every now and then I had to make sure Sue and Frank were still there because I was convinced I was being kidnapped) to our baggage and the taxi. We were glad we met him because we definitely wouldn't have ever found our way out of that airport haha.
Our hotel is situated in the Mall of the Emirates - which is the 3rd largest shopping mall in ...
... br> Lucien Crochet 'Le Chene', Sancerre 2010, Loire Valley, France
3/ "Yabbies" Australian Veloute flavoured with Mushroom and Chestnut Fuet
Morrels stewed in Yellow Wine, Tarragon Foam
Dr. Loosen Erdener Treppchen, 'Kabinett' Reisling 2011, Mosel, Germany
4/ Atlantic Wild Turbot cooked in vine leaves
Vegetable Blanquette Cep Relish with Tapioca
Domaine Christophe Cordier, 'Jean de la Vigne' 2011, Burgundy, France
5/ Lamb RAck and Saddle ...
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