Park Hotel Apartments
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Didn't sleep well last night - not sure why. Kept waking up every hour but not because I was hot, or cold, or that the bed was uncomfortable ... in fact the bed might be just a little too soft for my liking ... had a sore hip/back :( Finally, at 5.30 am while everyone else was asleep, decided to finish my book, "Broken" - a sad, true story about a young girl who was abused by her step father for many many years. Anyway, downstairs ...
... desalination treatment systemwhich is directly sourced from the ocean.
After our tour of the city, we we returned to our hotel, having only got out of the car a few times to take photographs etc in the extreme heat. We decided to have a sleep for a couple of hours to give Claire a rest before our flight and to also attempt to start to get our body clocks back on track before getting back to Adelaide. It was already 12:30am / after midnight in SA ...
... back to our boat and we looked in town for I while we got a galati it was good I got chocolate and mint one of my favs. Then we were aloud to open our box so we did and we loaded every thing and this one package fall and spilt it was word with such a hard case it fall but the good thing is it didn't go in the water so that's good. Then we had dinner it was good we came back to the boat and went to ...
... a 5 minute walk from the metro station, but since the sun was beating down on me, it felt like a 15 minute walk. Overall the mall wasn't anything fantastic. However, it was right in the Dubai Marina, and that was pretty cool to check out. I did not visit the Marina last time, so that was nice to check that out this time around. After the visit to the mall, I took the Metro to Dubai Internet City Station.
Once I got to the metro station, I caught a cab. I wanted to see ...
... and bottle of water for a simple breakfast. At the boarding desk we were able to change our initial seat allocation, which we had found were six rows apart, for two seats together. Our new seats turned out to be in the small Economy section which is on the upper deck of the Airbus 380. Our travelling companions in the middle four seats of the deck were German, or at least were speaking German, and seemed to be even older than us! This section ...