Tulip Inn Sharjah
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1. Getting a cab driver who turns up on time & drives calmly & competently to the airport - no Grand Prix streak to be seen & no mobile phone "issues"! 2. Finding a porter at the airport who doesn't knock you out with BO, takes your bags all the way to check & then lifts them onto the check in scale. 3. The plane leaves & arrives on time, then the airport (i.e. Dubai) is so efficient that even when you're tired, ...
... and spotlessly clean. First stop was the Dubai museum where we learn about Dubai as far back as 3000BC. Actually other than its nomadic Bedouins and small port activities, it was little known until 1900's. At the time of oil discoveries in the 60's the combined population of Dubai and Abu Dhabi was as little as 60k. Now over 2 million live in Dubai alone and 80% of the population are expats. The growth and development is impressive. This is a ...
... d stepped inside to ask for directions to the mall. Once we were in there, as there wasn't a single customer in sight, we felt we should eat there. Also, we were starving and how could we say no to proper British fish and chips! The mall was huge. We were so excited to see that it had H&M, Mango and Accessorise among other great shops. The afternoon was spent trying on lots of clothes (even though I knew I didn't have enough money to but anything after a very expensive fish ...
... order biriyani fish and accompanying vegetable curries.
We visited the Dubai Mall, the world's largest mall, wandering for hours over the many different levels and themed areas. Ant paid €80 (he almost cried) to go up Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building - impressive, but worth the exorbitant price, probably not!!
Over all too quickly, we packed our bags again for the last leg of our journey Malaysia and ...
... hotel has 28 double-story floors accommodating 202 bedroom suites. The smallest suite occupies an area of 169 m2 (1,820 sq ft), the largest covers 780 m2 (8,400 sq ft). Unfortunately, we found out how exclusive the hotel was when we reached the entrance leading to the driveway; no visitors allowed, even in the public areas. Why our taxi driver didn’t think this might be something we would be interested in knowing, I am not sure. So after a ...