York International Hotel
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... br> Anyway, all that to say we arrived in Dubai Mall in plenty of time to realise that Jason would have loved it here - every type of American restaurant you can imagine. Even the wonderful Cheesecake Factory which was the first place his parents took me when I met them.
Now back to why we are here. Building of the Burj Khalifa was commenced in 2004 and opened in 2010 with over 12,000 people employed on the project at a cost $1.5 billion. ...
We arrived on Gili Air after a fairly short journey from Gili T. We set off walking around the island to find accommodation. The first place we got to was full by which point we were dripping! Fortunately we went around the corner and found lots of places to stay. We were third time lucky and ended up at a place called Zipp Bar. It was nice, we had a decent room and a pool just outside or front door as well as the sea a 50m ...
... more appreciative of everything in our lives, especially our families, so it has been amazing spending time with them. It was great to meet Ted - the new pup, and lovely to see the cats and my hamster, and I'm very excited to see some of my friends this weekend. It's also nice to get back in to a routine, and be able to unpack my backpack, eat when I want to, sleep in my comfortable double bed, and have a bath etc.. However, I know the novelty will wear ...
... unloader was on the blink and you got an extra wait there as well.
Finally we met our transport driver and took the 30 minute drive across the boarder to Annecy in France and goodness it is Europe! Surrounding a beautiful lake the town brings to me flashes of 2010 in Holland but France is chic and lacks the order of Holland. As always there is great food and an indifference to the English speaking foreigner. There are shops in beautiful ...
... was. It turns out there was a medical clinic right around the corner!!! So, I walked somewhat aimlessly down the block, not in a straight line because I couldn’t keep my equilibrium, to this oasis that said “medical clinic” on it. I get there to be greeted by a sign that side “Closed from 1pm to 9pm for RENOVATIONS”. I mean, seriously??? I needed a doctor, not a granite countertop to fill out paperwork!
I returned to the hotel, where ...