Richmond Hotel Apartments
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On friday, we went to Spice souk. There were many shops selling different types of spices. We bought some spices and then went to Dubai mall. We had lunch and then went shopping. We went to many shops. At the end, my mom got her new phone and i got my early birthday gift. My dad and mom bought me a samsung Gear VR. After that we went to the book store and read some books and then went home.
... br> We visited a number of stores and the sales people were uniformly polite and knowledgeable, and generally not too pushy.
On the other hand, there were men outside some shops who did their best to entice us inside. We generally just kept walking.
One man expressed his disappointment, telling Joyce, “Madam, you’re breaking my heart.”
We ended up buying a really ...
... myself. Great I have ten and half hours with wet pants. I sit on the blanket and continue with the movie. After a mediocre meal of chicken the seat belt sign comes on and there's quit a bit of turbulence and exactly as I'm pouring tonic water into my glass the plane drops one hand goes up the other goes down and and another glass split all over me. Two for two. As ...
... back. Dubai airport is very sleek and very large. We found our way to the connecting flight for Entebbe. A cup of tea (and fur some) a croissant, followed. English breakfast tea with cold milk went down very well. When the flight was called we were transported in a bus across the airport for at least 15 minutes. We were running out of hope of seeing an Emirates plane in this part of the ...
... the worlds tallest building, Dubai's 160 story Burj Khalifa. Yes, afternoon tea in the 'At.Mosphere' restaurant had brought us to the United Arab Emirates for an Easter break. The next 4 hours slipped by as we enjoyed a multitude of fine tea's only to reaffirm our favourite to be English Breakfast, before washing the last of the delicious food down with a mocha each. It's definitely an experience worth having and the view cannot be rivalled. We were surprised at just how much of a ...