Ziqoo Hotel Apartment
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bags of the covered ones, it was very clear they were not poor. And although it’s a major Arab city, virtually every sign in the mall was in English often without the equivalent Arabic displayed.
A visit to the apparently famous Barasti Bar was recommended but I was disappointed. It has a strong Australian influence (Fosters beer prominent) and in full daylight was looking a bit tired. I could imagine it however swings ...
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... flight at that gate was a British Airways flight to LA... Despite being half asleep and already exhausted we were pretty sure that wasn't our correct flight, here we are looking at each other and realizing that our flight was due to be departing Dubai in 2 minutes, you would think that being a massive international airport there would be a tone of staff their to help lost passengers, no not a single staff member wanted to help us. One of them had offered to help ...
... slept solidly, even after his alarm went off to wake him up. Eventually we were up, dressed and changing some money in reception. We caught a cab and met Hayley at Barasti Beach Bar for drinks and dinner. Hayley explained Tuesday night is ladies night in Dubai...However the beach wasn't Pumping. Regardless it was a great location, the food was delicious and we spent hours catching up. It was a perfect start to our dream holiday ...
... and headed to the Mall of the Emirates. DH was signed up for two hours of downhill skiing and, over the same timeframe, I was going to be taking snowboarding lessons. Imagine the disappointment when only DH's voucher was processed properly and I was left on the other side of the window watching DH pretend to need skiing tips and suggestions from two Russian downhillers (probably both named Rasputin). Missing out on learning to snowboard in the desert was a big deal and now I ...