Rihab Rotana - Dubai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and the price wasn't outrageous so I guess we can't complain. We got to the hotel at 8am so we had to wait to check in. There's a restaurant attached which has a really nice breakfast buffet, so we ate, then hit the mall (obviously!) and walked around the area for a bit. We didn't buy anything but checked a bunch of stuff out. I need some new walking shoes so we did lots of looking for new shoes. But were unsuccessful. As a side note it is hot here! It ...
Woke early, not sure which time zone we are in, but it doesn't stop Alan from getting kicked out of bed to make coffee. After breakfast we used the Metro to visit a couple of Dubai's souks. First on our journey was the textile souk with hundreds and hundreds of bolts of fabric but would it be that easy to buy just a yard or two? Then it's onto the gold souk ... wow ... gold, silver and diamonds as far as the eye can see ... and I can't find anything ...
... here. Biggest mall, tallest hotel, second largest man-made marina, and the world’s largest aquarium are located in Dubai. For all these reasons Dubai is so attractive to most of the tourists and millions of tourists come here every year.
5. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the whole world. There were just 13 cars in Dubai in 1968 but the picture has been changed so far. But now the traffic of ...
... us, after 10 mins of driving crazily through the streets back and forth we found it! They day hadn't quite done to plan, we never saw the ocean, or the huge shark ollie had hoped for. We never saw the palm or did any water park type thing, but I wasn't about to give up. I told the boys I had heard there was a pool on the roof and amazingly all their energy came back as the threw they're boardies on and we headed upstairs, it was the perfect end to a very long ...
... of solid wood. Anyway for 18p I got to cross the creek and jump on the next metro line back to flat I'm staying at.
I would like to have done a few more things like the old fort and that but 3 days isn't really enough for here. I reckon a week and you could do most things but it's not particularly traveller friendly as it's so expensive. I would highly recommend it as a holiday though.