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Most of the rides were simulations, but there was also a nice little Italian Road Trip which drove through some of the most popular areas of Italy with little models of the Colosseum, the Leaning Tower, etc. Nicely reminiscent of my recent trip. If you happen to go to Ferrari World, be sure to sign up for the Scuderia Challenge early as times fill up fast. We missed our opportunity.
We left Ferrari ...
... also there are rarely seeable power plugs. Abu Dhabi should be better.
Time goes by and we are almost at the time of departure standing near the gate. When I told to Filip that we can go to the plane (gate was 3m away) he asked me where :D I was going to say him that it somewhere else just for the joke… :D For next time I’ll try to let him lead us to gate :)
And the adventure continues in the plane, there is two year ...
Marhaba. (that means hello in Arabic) We are mid flight and I have just finished watching a great movie named About Time. It was excellent, everyone should watch it. Life's lesson " live each day as if it's the last". We have flown over Kuwait and Bagdad and now we are over the Black Sea. Weird to be flying over such hostile country. After the Black Sea we will be flying over Europe. I know I'm sounding ...
... 230am!!!! Cameron was our chauffeur which was fabulous as it meant we didn't have to rely on a taxi. Excellent flight over with Emirates, apart from a few bumps along the way, loved our 2 seats at the back with heaps of leg room. Landing into Dubai late afternoon our transfer via a very comfy Lexus was awaiting us! The trip to Abu Dhabi took just over 1 1/2 hrs driving between the Emirates just an amazing expanse of land and modern buildings, ...
... with a nice meal in a local restaurant serving middle-eastern and Indian favourites. We were led into the family room much to John's surprise as we have no kids. However, as Terrie astutely pointed out Family = any group with kids or women. The main restaurant (admittedly it was much less plush than the Family Room) only had men in it. After a rather hot dish, some gourgeous Jalfrezi and a glass of lassi/Orange (non-alcoholic) beer we made our way back to the hotel. Sun Mar ...