Winchester Hotel Apartments
Travel Blogs from Dubai
I arrived in Dubai, the first leg of my trip, with Clair after what seemed like the longest flight ever and got a taxi to our hotel. The traffic here is crazy, cars driving all over the road with no lines, i was supprised not to see any carnage. After checking in we went to the Dubai mall. It was probably the biggest mall i've ever seen, it had its …
The three legged journey across the seven seas has been a breeze thus far. Thank you robot for making me so exhausted that I've just been falling in and out of sleep, between meals of course. Gosh sleeping and eating, tough life in the air above cloud nine! Currently feeling extremely excited. I am 7 hours away from touching down in London Town and being reunited with Effie (Steph)!!!! Well I guess it's time to board the final leg of the journey and eat and sleep some ...
... hotel, mall of the emirates, Dubai mall, wafi mall, souks and the Dubai creek. We had a river cruise along the Dubai creek on a traditional dohra where we could see the markets, trading ports as well as private and commercial boats. We got lost in an old part of Dubai near the souks and had to wait ages for a taxi. Tired and hot we went straight back to the hotel and ordered room service for dinner and just relaxed and packed ready for our flight the next morning to ...
... forums, and presentations I was privy to, there was a tone of optimism and a focus on expansion and development. Knowing how far Dubai has come in the last ten years, I look forward to monitoring its progress over the next ten years. My bet is for a lot more “ests” – biggest, fastest, tallest, best. The future looks bright for this dynamic region and I can't wait to return and witness it.
... as of 4 January 2010.Burj al ArabThe Burj Al Arab (Arabic: ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking