The Apartments Dubai World Trade Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Dubai Mall which is the world's largest shopping mall based on total area- the Dubai Mall alone attracted over 65 million visitors in 2012 which is apparently more than New York City?) and this was to check off another item we have had on our list- scuba diving in a shark-filled aquarium in the middle of a sea full of shoppers. This turned out to be a very pricey activity, with a difficult schedule to accommodate, and, although the aquarium was a good size, it was hard ...
... and walk another long distance to get to the car. We were told that the day had been 46C. By then Claire was in agony and ready to drop.
We travelled for approximately fifteen minutes in a very nice BMW (which thankfully had been kept nice and cool) to our hotel (the Grand Hilton), which is massive. Once we got there, we stood around for ages getting into our room, as they had messed up our booking. We had a voucher and confirmation that we had a ...
... to pack. We had dinner at the pool bar and headed for bed as we had a 5 o'clock start in the morning. Today is the start of Ramadan and this is very significant in a Muslim Country. Ramadan a month where the faithful fast between dawn and dusk,it is also a time for reflection,spiritual renewal and peace. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar,it is considered the holiest month. Ramadan requires every mentally and physically fit Muslim,who is past ...
... had organised a 4 hour tour with Dubai Private Tours. We were met by our guide Sameh who was a native of the Arab Emirates and was appropriately dressed in flowing white robes. He took us to all the major sites in a well air conditioned Toyota Previa. The AC was important because the outside temperature was up to 45 degrees. Back at the airport we grabbed some lunch at a restaurant called Giraffe before boarding our next ...
... down the dunes or quad biking. This left the activities in the camp proper. First I was persuaded to have my photo taken wearing an abaya then I had my hand painted with henna. I opted for small and discreet, much to the annoyance of the artist who does "small" for free as an enticement. Noone ever gets that one. My time was my own for an hour or so. Most people filled that time with camels etc. Crowds started to come. At 7.30 the performers began. The crowd ...