Tulip Hotel Apartments
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... of vegetation at first, then some villages, checked our flight path and realised we had just flown past Cairo, some miles away but we were flying over Egypt. I was glued to the window, watched the landscape change to desert, back to vegetation then the next thing that came into view was the Nile River, it was the most amazing site and I was beyond thrilled. I watched until I couldn't see it anymore, then we were flying over ...
... by trusting those white painted lines!)
* Toilet Seats (perhaps there will be one, perhaps not, obviously when you are designing a public bathroom, seating is optional)
* And still on the toilet theme, lets add toilet paper, toilets that flush and toilets that have doors - all optional in Europe. You will never know what you are going to be getting when you open the toilet door.
* Road lanes, those lines in the middle of the road - well its ...
... drove us the Burj Khalifa, the highest building in the world. Surrounded by the largest mall in the world and the beautiful lakes with the musical fountains the Burj Khalifa is breathtaking. Construction started in 2005 and was completed in 2010 and everyone in Dubai believed it was to be called the Burgh Dubai. On the opening Day the Sheik M..leader of Dubai announced its name as Khalifa after a leader who had recently died. people were shocked and upset and it is still ...
... went to the Burj Kalifa – sorry, but that is WAY too high for me !!
We then parted company – I was desperately in need of a sleep after a busy couple of days, a late night and a very early start …. And slept I did !!
I woke up sometime after 5pm and went to the Elite Lounge at 6pm with a glass of wine from our cabin - better start drinking it before it turns to vinegar !!! For ...
... were an awesome sight, and seeing them above the clouds just emphasised their majesty. Everyone should see the Himalayas at least once in their lifetime, they are vast and awe inspiring, humbling you with their sheer size. The flight was actually very good. I haven't got a bad word to say about Etihad (other than booking it, which was a bit of a pain, but that's a different matter). The seats were comfy, a decent amount of leg room. I watched ...