St. George Hotel Dubai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... by monorail and the Burj Al Arab hotel which perches spectacularly on its own tiny island off the Jumeirah Beach. We ended the afternoon up the 142 floors onto the observation deck of the Burj Khalifa the tallest building in the world. The vista from the top was stunning with construction sites and freeways as far as the eye could see. Just as impressive was a massive aquarium in the middle of the Dubai Mall. Blog authored by Bev: Prue was early bird today...John was sent out ...
... the second boat to dock.
Once we were all together we walked down the steps under the underpass then up the steps and listened to our guide.
The Spice Market
We crossed the road together - safety in numbers, and walked slowly through the Spice Market which had many opened bags of spices.
There were other items for sale too such as pashminas, decorative ...
... wheels, he didnt even think of gettingg a new one and he kept going around with us squeekin away. Weirdo like. Finally he got caught up in one ailse and we were past him, but then we ran into some other squeeky baskets, they were everywhere!!!! When we go home dad thought the knife set we got were plastic knifes. A Plastic knife set? For cooking? Hes gettin weird like mum and saying stupid *****! He said because they were multi coloured he didnt think they were metal....COO ...
... afforded by the sale of oil.
Again I'm typing this to "Santa Claus is coming to town"! Very strange. The locals, who are most certainly not Christians, don't see all that offended. Maybe all those wowsers in Australia banning Christmas **** are lying to us!
I can tell you now that it is NOT cheap in this country. In the mall we paid AUD $7 for a small can of Pepsi and AUD $9 for a latte. At that price ...
... buildings and our favourite A380 was easily distinguished - a huge lumbering thing that seemed to take forever to gain height. We also spotted the fort of old Dubai, now a museum, plus mosques and minarets amongst modern office buildings, palm trees lining the promenades and cormorants perched on buoys drying their wings, but all that was for tomorrow.
It was a lovely journey and we returned to the landing stage all ...