Royal Tulip Bur Dubai

Address: Al Rolla Street, Dubai, 96724, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the بر دبي area of Dubai, is near Dubai Museum, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, Lama Desert Tours & Cruises L.L.C., and Big Red.
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Shimmering Sands

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 20, 2015

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... was a no-brainer. The doorman offered us a taxi, as it was 500 mts and was bemused when we declined. Stepped out of the Hotel, at an artificial but lovely 20 degrees, into 40 degrees, with air so thick with humidity you could chew it. Spectacles fogged up instantly.

The short walk bought the return of a clothing soaked in sweat, but we made it unscathed.

The multi-level shopping center currently features more than 560 international brands, ...


A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jul 09, 2015

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... marina, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis the palm, the new town, old town, the spice souk before dropping us off at Burj Khalifa. Hashim was a lovely guy, came here from Pakistan some 9 years ago, spoke very good English and was very informative. There was an area on Deira Creek where all these boats were unloading merchandise, they were old boats, more like junks that had sailed goods either from Abi Dabi or ...

Tower, Mall, & Marina

A travel blog entry by toddrichardson on Apr 22, 2015

3 comments, 19 photos

So, the pedometer built into Ryan's phone tells us that we walked 27,042 steps today which measures about 13 miles. We saw the Dubai Mall first, which is massive. Then scaled the Burj Khalifa to the 124th floor observation deck. We got a little lost in the part of town where all the consulates are, then found our way to the Dubai Marina. The marina is a massive man-made canal surrounded by stores, restaurants, and luxury apartment high rises. And many HUGE ...

Afternoon tea requires a siesta

A travel blog entry by needlemind on Apr 18, 2015

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... the tea and prosseco? The building was very Arabic and full of locals, it reminded me of raffles in Singapore but without the nut shells on the floor. So we then waddled away with very full tummies and in some discomfort. We got into a taxi and returned to the JBR where we then retired for an afternoon siesta. It was then time to Skype home to check on Barney and his rash, poor Barney had to go to the vets, but luckily there was a nice girl ...

Days Ten & Eleven - Brunch & Desert Safari.

A travel blog entry by romney39 on Apr 18, 2015

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... show what was happening (ETA - no photos, only video).

After half an hour through the dunes, we came to the camp where we were to eat. While waiting for our food, we were able to get our hands hennaed and go on a camel ride. We also could have dressed in Arabian clothing, or tried a sheesha.

Food was okay, but nothing special. We were sitting with an Indian couple, and of course Simon turned the conversation to cricket then ...

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