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We woke in the smallest shoe box hotel room of our travels and are now set to sleep in the biggest apartment we will stay in. Including the three bathrooms, there are seven rooms. Two bedrooms, full kitchen and full lounge. Our flight went relatively smoothly; we woke at 6, check out 6.30, a cab to the airport and quick breakfast. Our flight was …
... 230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">However, we are ready for home. Being picked up at 7.25 am for the airport transfer. We arrive in Melbourne at 5.30am, Auckland at 1245.
... A very interesting driver that gave me a sightseeing tour to the hotel. Diane was waiting in the foyer. Hotel is in a great location. Very central. After a cup of tea and a hot shower we went out to a cafe for dinner. We then came across bits of the Berlin Wall on the way back. It is 8.30 pm and I am about to collapse into bed. A quick posting -rather incoherent after all the ...
... cock scratched into it, before it was smashed.
The map made for depressing reading. I wasn't two-thirds of the way there or even a third. The number eight bus came along a minute or two later and I thought I could cheat by hopping on that, but in Dubai you need a magnetic travel card to ride a bus instead of just buying a ticket. When I got my money out the driver just frowned at me and shook his head. So I gave up and walked back to the hotel.
The Dubai ...
... could save, or a city made entirely of micro machines with flashy cars and boats everywhere.
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Dubai was a welcome break and we really did "Runwind".We did have a thoroughly nice time, or as Cockney Barry would say "a thoroughly nice time" (OK he's not really cockney and may not actually exist), until next time folks!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Huge room with quality staff. Good location
Would stay again
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