Park Hotel Apartments
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... leg was Richard de Crespigny, the pilot from the Qantas A380 that had the crippling engine failure in Singapore a few years ago. Taking off we saw the Burj Kalifa, the tallest building in the world, what an amazing sight. Again, a relatively smooth flight and shorter than normal at just under 7 hours. We arrived into Heathrow at 10.10am London ...
... absence of additions to the fruit, they revelled in slipping one by.
We slowly returned to our room, feeling happy that we'd got money's worth, and our helpful room man had just finished cleaning the room and turning beds down. He'd lined up shoes, toiletries and Eva's newsagency on the desk (how many textas and paper does a girl need?!?!), and after introducing himself as being from Bangladesh, he gave a towel-art demo to the kids by making a ...
... heat kind of envelops you as you leave the hotel, not unpleasant, but the malls are lovely and cool. Lots to look at but we ...
... the development is amazing. Out at sea you can see where they are building yet another island. We drove past the sheiks houses the grounds of which are kilometres square rather than metres. There is so much money there, everything is 'the best'.
We had a lovely breakfast in the marina which is a bit like Puerto Banus only bigger. Surprisingly there are lots of fur shops selling very expensive fur coats.
The crime rate here is nil and if ...
... Mikhail and Arran went to find the famous aquarium. It was huge! Now it was time to go up the Burj Khalfia, after a bit of a queue and security, we were on board the fasted elevator in the world. Covering 3floors per second and we got off floor 124. We were very high and poor Arran who was ******** bricks! We were outside on floor 124th floor and the view was brilliant! On a good day you ...