4 Palms Dubai
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... Fortunately we didn't have a window seat but were close enough. It was quite clear and you could see The Palm and the Burj Al Arab. We had two waiters who were most attentive - the way they pour the wine is quite an art in itself. The food was really good - well Brian said it was. You have a tray with 6 small dishes that contain what they call tasters. Lobster, smoked salmon and pate and little sandwiches. Then the cake tray arrived - umm - Brian had one and a ...
... will smash your swede! :) Candy Crush- I have been well and truly sucked in, this game is amazing and you WILL become addicted. No lights internally and due to some lack of power, all food for the breakfast was spoiled so they gave us all a bag of crisps and M and M's each! They did follow with breakfast vouchers for the Airport Terminal where Kirsty ( bless her!!) got up at 4 am to meet us at 5.30am at the Airport!( ...
... 100m) from the checkout. Frozen pizza for tea. We were most impressed that they had the same brand pizza that we have at home. All in bed by 6.30 local time. The girls slept for 14 hours however Scott and I saw the sunrise. We are off to the Emirates Mall this morning and then the dessert safari this afternoon. J
... of dredged sand and rock. It consists of a two kilometre palm trunk and a sixteen frond crown, all held in place in the Abrabian Sea by an eleven kilometre long crescent shaped breakwater.
The development, which began in 2001, has not reached its full potential due to the recent financial crisis, with several planned luxury hotels and canal-fronting housing still to being built on the site.
... less about our budgets - she was too busy entrancing superich businessmen and athletes with her money-is-a-worthless-obstacle attitude. Maybe one day I'll be able to return, rent a hotel room somewhere and see the tantalizing gold souk for myself one day, but today was a day for simply passing through and appreciating the power that is born when the 200-year old Maktoum ruling family strikes oil on their lands. Also, it was really freaking ...