Seven Sands Hotel Apartments

Address: P.O.Box 20313 Al Barsha, Dubai, 20313, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.O.Box 20313 Al Barsha, Dubai, is near Wild Wadi Water Park, Dubai Creek, The Tower of Arabs (Burj Al Arab), and Bastakia Quarter.
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      A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... were reacting). He didn't even seem embarrassed and simply bad mouthed the girl to Lucy and I, so Lucy and I left for a different section of the beach to wait for the ferry. When the boat finally made it to Bali mainland we then had to get a pre-paid minibus to the airport that was included within our ticket. As Lucy and I were the only two wanting to go to the airport our minibus was filled with people going to various locations and the taxi driver said we'd arrive ...

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      A travel blog entry by anavela on May 21, 2014

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      ... That will make things easier and the process of adaptation to the new position will be faster. Moreover, Katie told me to network as much as possible because most of the time, having a job in Dubai is because you have had the opportunity to meet the right person at the right time.

      Back to the hotel room I went through the whole day in my mind again and tried to capture the best moments before falling asleep.


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      A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on May 17, 2014

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      ... an offering of somewhat superficial yet spectacular splendour.

      I thought I'd try the Burj al Arab next so I headed back to the metro. As the train approached the nearest station, it was blindingly obvious that once I arrived at the station, it would be a walk of over an hour in the Dubai warmth to reach it. Even though the thought if visiting it was intriguing, it wasn't tempting. Onto the next stop!

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      A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 23, 2014

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      ... customer cares what they pay in total, not what you get versus officialdom in your country. So if there are rates, taxes, excises or fees, just say so because no-one is fond of seeing what you think you'll pay and what you actually pay differ by up to 30% because your truth is selective.

      We made it to our very large room, and tried to settle a bit. That didn't last long though, as the kids saw a pool and wanted to swim. Out came all the ...

      Lesson 5: Health is Most Important

      A travel blog entry by cgamble on Jan 11, 2014

      Last night we flew into Hanoi, Vietnam--an hour flight and an hour van ride from where we were staying in Lao, and let's just say they work on a different pace here. The city is bustling and there are more cars, motor bikes, and people on the road than I've ever seen in any city. Pedestrians must wait for a sliver of open space before boldly crossing, not stepping back or changing pace ...