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... drivers. Tonight we did a night tour of the city. I didn't think it was that great. Most of the information was the same as we were told during the day tours. I was looking forward to seeing the tall flash buildings with their lights on. Lots didn't have lights on. Although some had a bit of a light show up and down them. I did have a sleep for half an hour or so...... Very interesting that what ever Dubai wants they build, make etc. there are ...
... in Albania (obviously the Albanians rarely see tour busses passing through as they look quite surprised to see you!) We had some amazing meals, trying local delicacies and specialties in many places as well as a variety of local drinks (we occasionally bought a bottle of regional booze and carried it with us to sample later in the trip eg Chianti wine, Croatian wine, limoncello, schnaps and liqueur). We enjoyed revisiting places we'd already been previously in Europe and ...
... take goods from Dubai to sell in other parts of the Arabian Gulf as well as north and east Africa. Dhows also serve as water taxis for those wanting to cross the Creek. In addition, the entrances to most of Dubai's main souks are located near the Creek as well. It truly is the heart of Dubai.
After I got back on the bus, I settled in to listen to the audio commentary and look at the sights out of the window. At one point, I switched to the blue line so that I could see ...
... He works in Dubai so very kindly pointed out the sights as we were coming in to land.The food wasn't bad on the flight. The starter was salad and feta cheese, followed by a main of chicken tandoori or fish (we both had the chicken), a chocolate praline desert and cheese and biscuits! We even got a chocolate to go with our coffee! And a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks throughout the flight.The choice of in-flight entertainment was pretty immense - we each ...
... home (that is if they have a gorgeous home!). The esthetic of the hotel is quiet elegance; everything is beautiful and designed immaculately, but it is not over the top. Prior to the construction of the hotel, careful market research was done to understand the needs of the most valuable clientele. This contributed to several elements such as a relatively small pool, and lounge seating accompanying the traditional boardrooms in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking