St. George Hotel Dubai
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... chauffeur driven ride straight to the lodgings through the rush hour traffic. As we approached the exit we could see that the ground was wet though I was half hoping this was the ‘heat haze’ you see when the sun’s rays reflects of a road surface but our fear was confirmed when on exiting the airport we were met by practically horizontal rain. Despite this setback there were still plenty of meet and greeters. On seeing someone new they are ...
... of the island, where the Atlantis hotel is located, I didn't really see the big deal. Thankfully, the Palm was our last stop, and we were getting off at the Mall of the Emirates. Here, we had a nice lunch and did some shopping. I even got a nice AE jacket. After the mall, we went back to the hotel and relaxed for a while.
That evening, we went on a dinner cruise on the Dubai Creek. It is safe to say that ...
Dubai to Rome, Rome to Genoa. All in one day and so it begins!!
It is 4792 miles from Dubai to Rome – I however did it in only 745 steps! Our trip was interesting to say the least! The first drama was a "medical emergency" on the plane, announced after landing in Rome and once everyone had heaved down their overhead luggage and was impatiently waiting in the aisles to disembark. Passengers were all told to sit down (baggage and hand luggage already in hand) as ...
I had a lot of fun and enjoyed staying on world highest skyscraper and enjoyed looking down and the cars were looking like ants and people were looking like dots. so it was a weird scene from up to down .I went to the water slide called the leap of Faith.It was very high and I had alot of fun.I went to Atlantes where we enjoyed it. There were very good places to see in Dubai.
We arrived in Dubai late Sunday night. About 24 hours after getting out of bed and 8,970 kilometres later.
Dubai is a city of such juxtapositions. Lush, green resorts and water features abound, yet surrounded by the arid sands of the Arabian Desert. Architecture varies from the traditional minarets of mosques, government supplied housing compounds, enormous shopping centres and futuristic structures of various shape, angle and height...boasting the tallest building in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility