Residence&Spa at One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai
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... was even more impressive was the real dinosaur skeleton they have at display at the mall – this city doesn’t seem to ever stop surprising me and a lot of wows have been necessary through this week. The missing visit to the Palm Island will just be one more reason to come back to Dubai. Just outside the mall they have a huge fountain, which at night is very impressive - with the Burj al Khalifa as background it's an amazing sight.
Now we are packed ...
... more than made up for day1 We got a very nice tour of the city before driving on to the Palm to the Atlantis hotel to see the lost chambers and aquarium which was amazing. We then had the best buffet lunch EVER in a restaurant in the hotel, food from every nationality, beautifully presented and absolutely scrummy...attention to detail was unreal. Really liked Dubai and hope to come back. Hope you all had a wonderful Easter ...
... found our driver and met up with the rest of our group to hop back on the bus.
The final stop of our tour on our way out of Abu Dhabi was at Ferrari World, a newly build theme park 100% centered around the most sought after super cars in the world. It was fun to have a quick look around, especially since we had been to Enzo Ferrari’s home in Italy and we even saw a few similar cars on display that we had seen up North as well. Unfortunately we didn’t ...
... a purchase was Tunisia where he got himself a fez from a boy who not only couldnt speak english but dont think he could speak any language. At the egyptian area as we entered some random asked me if i was Egyptian, Ivar found this funny. He found it even more funn when 2 minutes later inside someones shop another guys asked me if i am Egyptian. Ivar by this time only had 60dhs left in his wallet. He couldnt help but spend it. This guy ...
... last night there were 20 of us - 10 each side of the boat, tightly packed, this time there was no one sitting close and I didn't feel quite so confident that I wouldn't land in the dirty water of the creek. But it was a good experience, feeling like a locall
As well as the museum we walked through what seemed to be the fabric souk, every shop selling dressmaking fabric, but not our kind of cloth.
We also ran the gauntlet ...