The H Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
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... abroad. We went to his cousin's apartment in the Dream Tower, located in the area next to the beach, called Marina. We had a swim in the swimming pool of the residence and I tried to get my first tan of the trip.
Afterwards, I followed him to the church and then we went for a drink in the Jumeira Beach Hotel, located next to the legendary Burj Al Arab, before having dinner next to the Burj ...
... Still think we could have stayed out here and just relaxed and enjoyed it all it had to offer, so we didn't get off as we will do this next time! Back to the Mall and then back to the hotel, via the old city... So interesting next time we will explore this area too. We really enjoyed the day..We left at midday and here it was 7pm when we got back! It was tiring even though we didn't do much and the temperature although hot was not that unpleasant! The wealth is ...
... close to Jumeirah famous for its beach, the Jumeirah Hotel and of course the only 6 star hotel in the world, the Burj al Arab Hotel with its famous sail like structure. Although we didn’t see it, “The World” series of man made islands and “The Palm, Jumeirah” were located within kilometres either side of the The Burj al Arab.
Jumeirah is also well known as a prestige area for nationals – like ...
... and of course a few chocolates! Very restrained for me, but very aware of my limited storage capacity. There was an aquarium which I didn't find, and an amazing waterfall with metal male figures diving down (see the pic). I also liked the little red taxi which could take people around the mall. The mall really is huge, and there was a lot that I didn't see. I did see the new samsung 6, and that is pretty whizzy bangey. Will be staying with my S5 tho for ...
... to get a bit crazy. One of my favorite travel books is "Travels from Tartary" by Peter Fleming, brother of Ian, a story of overland travel from Peking across China and down into India undertaken with a courageous young French woman Ella Maillart in 1935 and in this great yarn they encounter lots of adventure but become totally absorbed in the experience of Travel! How things have changed!
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