Waterfront Hotel Apartments
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... the late night. Breakfast here was an extensive buffet with a great deal of variety. We decided to catch the hotel shuttle to the Dubai Mall at noon to visit the Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building in the world. The structure is 828 metres tall, it has 154 usable floors, and the top observation floor is on level 148. This visit was very expensive; 1000 dirhams for us both, approx AU$388. Apparently the building was constructed ...
So here we are. Almost 2 years after arriving in Dubai for Mara to begin her work term at Zayed University, Brian exploring international business opportunities, and Agostino and Sofia entering a new school. In September 2013 we settled into our modest villa located about 15 km from downtown Dubai, in the suburb known as Mirdif. It was sunny, it was hot, it was dusty, and it was the most for foreign place we ...
... tailored suits), dark hardwoods, musky scents, and up the elevator to floor 121 - ATmosphere restaurant. Just like the hotel, ATmosphere is very sophisticated and trendy - I would imagine the drinks and food are quite pricey, though I'm not sure because it was paid for already so we had a special menu. It was a beautiful spot to sit and watch the sunset from a great height.
For dinner, we went back to the Hyatt to dine in their award winning ...
So after a late night, a rough night from the various self-inflicted poisons and the eternal worry of will the alarm go off and will I get up in time for the flight, we carefully packed the last few things into the big case whilst ensuring the little case was empty enough to take home the V8 engine... For those avid blog followers you may recall that we delivered the V8 last September, I wonder if we'll end up taking it back out again. So the V8 turned up at ...
... things can be the most amusing.
Every corner you turn in this mall brings something new to look at - and I don't mean the shops, even though every shop you can imagine is here, from high end designer brands, to chain stores, supermarkets and everything in between. Around our next corner was the three story, indoor waterfall!
We then found one of our favourite shops - Candylicious! Last time we saw this was on Sentosa Island in Singapore and ...