Smana Hotel Al Riqa
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... our share of losing (Kerri's phone).
and now, as tears subside, we find it all so amusing.
To think we did all that;
and may we say - not in a shy way,
oh no, oh no not us,
We did it our way.
For what is a couple, what have they got?
if not themselves, then they have naught.
To say the things they truly feel;
and not the words of those who kneel.
The record shows the credit card took the blows -
and we did it our way!
... Centrepoint tower is only 240mtrs tall. When I say only, thats because the Burj Khalifa stands an astonashing 830mtrs tall. That's 3 Centrepoint towers tall. Although these photos were taken at the 420mtr mark. Can you imagine the equipment used to build this!
We spent some quality time up there enjoying the view and taking it all in. It felt so surreal, and it ...
I flew to Dubai on Qatar Airways, got a chance to visit Etihad Airways yesterday, and then checked off the big 3 Gulf carriers with a visit to Emirates headquarters and Aviation College today. With our day at Etihad fresh in our minds, we were equipped with the competitors' critical lens and were ready to sit back and be swept off our feet at Emirates.
Lucia Mather, the Global Account Manager at Emirates, who came ...
... lasted about three minutes so that was a bit disappointing. After walking the lagoon we headed for the taxi stand only to discover a line about a mile long. We opted for the metro instead.
It was our third day in Dubai when we both agreed we were tired of exploring new places and ready for home. Neither of us were eager to go see anything, but with three more days to go we manned up and headed to the Palm. The eighth wonder of the world ...
... have a license to purchase alcohol although there are many bars and restaurants that serve booze.
The choice in vehicles appears to be the Toyota Land Cruiser with other large SUV in great numbers. Every type of luxury vehicle can be seen as well. Japanese, European and even Chinese cars abound and there are few American models. Traffic is heavy at times but there is a modern highway system.