City Gold Hotel

Gold Souq, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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On the way home, reflections.

A travel blog entry by beckeyjw


... true) Mossie nets Travelling in Tuk-Tuks Actual monsoon rain, not just heavy rain. (Although we were rather lucky) Written a blog Flown Emirates Actually got sunburn that lasts longer than a day All of these meant having the confidence to try new things And I'm sure many more that I can't even think of now, not at all bad for two months, and ofcourse it goes without saying met lots off different people and made lots of new friends. GOODBYE FOR NOW SRI LANKA. ...

After the Maldives

A travel blog entry by kaygeoff


... made Ocean Princess look like a Manly ferry. We had hired a car and driver to meet us at the port and our Audi 6 with Chauffeur was waiting for us. We first drove the 150km to Abu Dhabi where we visited the grand mosque. This was the most spectacular building we had seen. It was huge and can accommodate twenty thousand in the prayer hall and seventy thousand by using the courtyard. It has the largest carpet in the world. There are two larger mosques in Saudi ...

Dubai great place for a stopover, so much to do

A travel blog entry by wheresindi


... to do and less touristy things so we sought out the Spice Souk. It was just what we were looking for. It was arabic, non-touristy, busy, sticky and fascinating. It far more suited us than the air conditioned malls with hundreds of pricey shops.
We loved our time in Dubai. It was great to have a bed for the night, stretch our legs, see a different culture and it helped to get Indi's sleep patterns a bit more aligned with where we were ...

Parting is such sweet sorrow

A travel blog entry by beanerabroad

Well this post will be short and maybe go unread seeing as I'll be home soon. This trip seemed to wrap up in a blur. Ever since Diani Beach life here went from slo-mo to spider monkeys on speed and red bull! It's so tough saying goodbye. I know staying in Kenya too long would have gotten very routine and dull. But like Vicki always said, even if you are sitting on the couch watching True Blood, you are still doing it ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... Although it is easy to get lost in the steel and glass of the skyscrapers, glitzy malls and world's biggest whatever, digging a little deeper will let you discover a brilliant and proud race of people with an amazing history that has nothing to do with the new UAE.

Dubai ...


This hotel, located in the ديرة area of Dubai, is near Arabian Adventures, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, The Dubai Heritage Village, and Sheikh Saeed al-Maktoum's House.
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