Park Hotel Apartments
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... phoned them and went through the whole sake process again it was sorted out. Ivar needed to use the toulet before we went, think he was a bit shocked at his first glimpse of a squatting toilet, he said he was lucky they had a real toilet next door cause he had very sore guts. Not the best thing you want when you are away to be thrown around in a jeep in the desert. Judging by ivars face he was trying very hard not to **** himself. The driving was ...
... on the chair screaming, the mother had already been told to take her seat when she tried to get up to placate him. Basically the lady had to coax this little lad to sit down, telling him off for being dangerous and he would get hurt. Once we were up in the air she got off her chair and gave the cabin crew a right royal roasting for not getting up to sort this boy out during take off, that she was disgusted it was not her place to have to do it. ...
... of Dubai.
Oscar had a sleep and so did Taid so Owen and Nanny made Oscar's first ever big boy bed.
By the time Oscar woke up it was time to go out to the Burj Khalifa. Perhaps you can look it up on Google. This is the tallest building in the world. All around it are lakes where musical fountains play. We went to a special restaurant where we ...
... Suddenly we were in the mountains and discovered there is much more to the U.A.E than high rise buildings, restaurants and shopping malls. That evening we went to the Madinat, one of the larger hotel complexes right on Jumeirah beach and had a meal at the exclusive Segreto Italian restaurant where we tucked in to some quality western food in luxury. Although we were splashing out we all decided against the additional £14 per gram for some special kind of ...
... to arrive so enjoyed a window table that looked towards the city. Even the ride in the glass lift to the 127th floor was spectacular.
From there we travelled back up the 8 lane Sheikh Zayed Road to the Burj Khalifa and the biggest mall in the world. We enjoyed the air-conditioning of ...