Ahmedia Heritage Guest House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the famous island in the Bahamas, this hotel is able to claim a very sought after designation in a city full of biggest, best and most expensive. The Atlantis is home to the most expensive hotel suite in the Middle East. At we approached the building we learned that the suite which makes up the bridge between the two towers of the hotel costs upwards of $30,000 USD per night to rent during the high season, and there really isn’t much of an ...
... It was hottest place you can be in. We found our apartment and went inside, it was pretty nice and new.
After that we took a taxi and went to Dubai Mall and we saw the biggest building in the world, it is called 'Burj Khalifa'. It was huge!! Dubai Mall was beautiful, there were ferraris parked out side of the mall. We went inside and there was aquarium inside of the mall and it is big than the aquarium at the Royal Children's Hospital. ...
First stop Dubai. Not really the backpacking kind of place but I've wanted to go for ages so who cares. So we definately didn't start the trip like backpackers, wed only been there 5 minutes and we ended up paying for a room upgrade.... totally necessary though because we didn't wanna sit around in the hotel reception for 6 hours (some kind of backpacking princesses I guess..that won't last).
Because of the massive hype about Dubai and how ...
... for miles trying to find the right path onto it, eventually we made it and started walking. We completely underestimated how big it was and flagged a taxi for the rest of the way as my feet were killing me by now. We got there, walked through the hotel, watched the sunset then realised there was another metro which would take us back to the other metro line. We had a swim back at the hotel then got ready to go out. We could not find a single place to get a drink from, we tried a ...
... this time, so that wasn't bad. Once the Bangkok passengers boarded, we were on our way to Dubai! This flight was actually a full flight, and people occupied the empty seats. I was able to sleep for the first half of the flight and then got awakened by the flight attendant for breakfast service. They didn't have any vegetarian options, but they did have the tray filled with fruit, a croissant, bread roll, strawberry jam, butter, cheese, and crackers. Everything on ...