The H Hotel
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The Palm Jumeirah looks like a palm and is an artificial archipelago in the Persian Gulf of Dubai'sa shore and can be reached by road or by monorail. We had to takew the metro, tram and finally the 5.4 km long monorail to get to the top of the palmz also where the Atlantis Hotel is. As a visitor you can only visit a very small part of this hotel.
As we ...
... the buildings are huge and the are so many of them. It is hard to understand how there is a need for so many buildings with such a relatively small population. Our taxi to the hotel took just under an hour and cost $101AED that's about $AU36 and the journey was 25kms. The road we are on is enormous and there is so much traffic! Arrived at Hilton Double Tree at about 10:30am. The hotel has two towers, one is 50 storeys and is ...
... rooms were rated as the second most expensive in the world, after Geneva.Dubai was rated as one of the best places to live in ...
... that is sinking back into the sea. Other than that, Dubai was mainly skyscrapers and sand! They seemed pretty keen on showing us the airport - after 3 laps of the same bit of Tarmac, we eventually parked up and it was on the way out that we looked back and saw the size of the plane that we were flying in! A whale in the sky is the best way to describe it I think - take a look at the picture to grasp the full scale. A walk through the airport took us to ...
... we stopped to watch h the sunset. Unfortunately, Mitch (who was sitting in the rear seat with Vee) was feeling a little motion sick . Took a couple of great photos as we watched the au go down over the sandy horizon. Back in the car - this time Mitch took the front seat - and off to our camp site, Al Sahara. Here we were greeted with a herd of camels, waiting to take us on a little ride ...