Royal Ascot Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This place oozes with wealth and incredible buildings but the locals are not particularly welcoming. The temperature is incredibly hot and uncomfortable at the moment, not suited for seeing any of the sights other than the shopping malls which Ann & Sharon have enjoyed. Flat Stanley was at the Mosque as you can see. Hoping the get the courage up to ride to the top of Burj Khalifa tomorrow
... in the old fort. The bus took us to the Dubai Mall, the Old Souk and Heritage Village. This afternoon we were booked into the Dubai Cat Cafe. Lucky for us the Big Bus route took us close to the location for the Cat Cafe. We found out the cafe had only been opened for 2 months and that it houses 16 cats, all strays. The set up was fantastic and the cats were very friendly. Even the one I named Grumpy Cat. We headed back to Dubai Mall so ...
... are ex-pats
40% of the ex-pat population are of Indian descent
20% are from Pakistan
- If a “native” earns 25,000 ...
... went silient and didnt know what to say, the guys like an onion and doing hand gestures. Ivars like aye an onion and the boy just started laughing. Was hilarious. Later on once back to JLT we went into the shop and who is playing...Oasis, they must of known ivar was comin to dubai, was weird. Spent the rest of the evening destroying Ivar at ...
... says he needs to process them properly first, but he'll share them with all interested parties as soon as we're home). Then we hit the town.
Or, to be honest, we didn't so much hit the town as gently pay it on the back. We visited a bar on the roof of the Hilton, then sat down to eat at a place called the Cheesecake Factory, an American-style Italian restaurant with very large portions and more cheesecake flavours to choose from ...