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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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arrived in Dubai approx 7.45am made a dash to next gate to catch the connection flight went thru security again don't know why we just came off a flight anyway boarded plane and we're told there would be a slight delay while we had to wait for luggage to be transferred ( yay) finally I thing at close to 9 we took off only to bed fed immediately very yummy food (breakfast) and then watched some TV & slept all 4 of us ...
... that it looked a lot like my Chico's shirts. It was 500 euros! For a t-shirt! We noticed the only people with bags and purchases were either oriental women whose men were carrying four or five bags each or women who appeared to be middle eastern with men carrying their bags.
We moved along to the roof top where there was a green plastic carpet (like grass?) and a picnic area as well as a rather expensive bistro. The view ...
... marinating in cooking juices on the spit, sweetest baby green beans in the world to serve with loads of chopped garlic, and a jellied fig and nut pate to spread on crackers or baguettes (as if we can find any bread in this place!). We also purchased thinly sliced ham which the butcher placed so majestically in the wrapper, it felt like he was creating a masterpiece. The cheese vendor recommended a Comte cheese for our ...
... was it? Someone I owe $s to? *
A bit more eat drink and sightsee and now time for something a warmer. Singapore for a couple of day thaw out then home.
* meaning to continue with the planned course of action despite known risks. Phrase quotes David Farragut, an officer in the Union navy in the Civil War. After receiving a warning about torpedoes (water mines) in the water ahead, he uttered the famous phrase.
*Well know Victorian Politician ...
... up it !
We had to be aware of the men selling souvenirs on the way down to the Eiffel Tower, they aim for tourists and hassle you to buy something, the best thing to do is to ignore them completely. Most of the group had split up as everyone got carried away taking their own photos in front of the Eiffel Tower, so Stacey, Matilda and I headed down together. Of course the line was already massive ! so we jumped in and managed to get in line with some others from the contiki ...