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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with my bum hanging out of the shorts. RIP comfy outfit. Next we ventured out to watch the sunset. We were advised to go down to the beach to watch it, but when we got there the sun was still very high in the sky and it was really, really hot. Instead we retired to the hotel pool bar for a delicious cocktail and photo taking session while the sun set behind a crane and newly constructed building. Not ...
... hoping it would not disappoint in other areas.
When it was eventually breakfast time, I made my way down to the coffee shop and was the only guest awake at that hour needing breakfast yet. Considering it didn't cost much money, the breakfast was not too bad,although I was surprised that an Arab country would serve instant coffee!
After grabbing my backpack to go sightseeing, I asked the receptionist what time the Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest building - would open. ...
... salted soy beans. An array of fine delicate sweets with a tower of green tea chocolate with fresh fruits. The best mojito I have had in a long time. Mel has a emirates platinum loyalty card that they get discounts for it maybe small at the time but the last few days it has saved a bucket load. The hotel was stunning with a beautiful floral Easter display still on show. What a wonderful shopping and dining ...
... degree hear, appalling living conditions and servitude. A society literally built on this is pretty sick. The massive desalination works have degraded the surrounding waters of the Persian Gulf so much that marine life has pretty much disappeared - just so there can be golf courses in the desert, one might say. I also suspect that westerners thus either see Dubai as either a wonder of modernisation, or a concrete monstrosity involving huge ...
... we know not where. Requests for baggage check-in tags, and an amazing wait to find what was happening - luckily we had 5 hours to spare! Finally after what seemed an eternity we were ushered down back corridors, past security points, with the accompanying officials being scanned, but not us, to find sanctity in the departure lounge at last. Next thing to happen really rattled me. Ian was asked to accompany ...