The Apartments Dubai World Trade Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had booked an afternoon drive in the desert in a 4WD and a BBQ in the desert. This is a very popular activity for tourists and we heard there are about 10 companies in Dubai that offer this activity. We chose the Arabian Adventures Sundowner tour and joined 4 ...
... back to Canada through a series of one-way flights where will visit new places to add to our travel repertoire.
Our planned itinerary will span 5 weeks through Australia and New Zealand. , A wonderful adventure awaits us, and we are really looking forward to this one. I read some where that it is best to "buy experiences, not things"; I like the sound of that. Our journey starts tomorrow, let's ...
... Airport really is... There were people EVERYWHERE... I've never seen anything like it anywhere else... Even the Low Cost Carrier airport in Kuala Lumpur seemed tame in comparison. I had a quick look around, bought a couple of things with my remaining Dirham, and tried unsuccessfully to find a seat.... I sat on the floor. Thank goodness boarding opened up early and I couldn't get on the plane quick enough. I was on the Boeing home, via Bangkok and ...
... call to "sweetheart" (aka Aladdin's fellow street urchin) back at base to establish the location of the hold up and alternative routes, as it happens it was quicker to stick it out in the traffic jam and cross our legs. So half an hour later a bit of glass on the road and a yellow school bus on the side as the only evidence of the holdup and we were through. At brake neck speed the aspiring Aston flew to the airport T1 with 20 minutes to spare. We pulled up ...
... the biggest Kinokuniya I have ever seen (and I thought the one in Kuala Lumpur City Centre was huge!) Bailey timed herself and it took her 2.5 minutes to walk right around the store (it's circular) I had a browse, but thought about my luggage limits, and restricted myself to one magazine. Bailey on the other hand did purchase three books to increase her weight!
It was almost time to head to the Burj Khalifa entrance but we were distracted by a ...