Park Hotel Apartments
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... Lindt chocolate (both milk and dark) and some Oreos. Then we saw this big touchscreen outside of Burger King that had the food menu, but also a game. We started playing - it was a food prep game. You had to select the ingredient that displayed on the order board and prep/cook it. For example, slice tomatoes or fry fries. The four of us played at once trying to beat the time trial game. It kept telling us we needed to beat 6000 to ...
Dubai was a whirlwind couple of days. Staci and I arrived to go FULL SPEED ahead, as she was there for less than 24 hours. Tired and pulling energy from the empty gas tank, Staci and I headed first to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Dubai is unlike anywhere I've ever been. Flying in, the place was so desolate looking. Then, massive buildings filled a skyline, literally making NYC ...
... lots of rides and slides, and splashing around. The sun tan lotion was put to good use Mrs G.Dog but no hats I'm afraid, although some of us are a little better at applying the lotion than others... I'll let you decide who ended up looking most like a lobster. We eventually called it a day late in the afternoon and decided to be brave and head back using nothing but public transport. First the ...
... to an ATM, and then the same in the other direction to the "Irish Village", which was basically a series of Irish pubs with a huge outdoor area and live music - very busy and very loud. We decided to head along to the next "village", Century Village, which had 12 restaurants, all vying for business. We ended up with a "sandwich", which I guess it was, but it was a foccacia loaf cut in half with pulled pork, capsicum, a delicious gravy ...
... people on the ship who had tickets later in the day about waits of 90 minutes or more in line. Although it was a bit hazy, you could see much of the city. The well-known Palm Island was not clearly visible from the tower, but you could see the relatively new The World Islands (man-made islands created in the shape of a world map) and the iconic Burj al Arab Hotel. We had about 90 minutes to visit the tower and the time passed quickly. When we left the tower, ...