United Arab Emirates
Dubai Healthcare City

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  • Day2

    Dubai sleepover

    April 23 in the United Arab Emirates

    Copthorne Airport Hotel courtesy of Emirates for a 17 hour stopover. A big bath (yes!) and a sleep. It’s 40 degrees out side but 22 inside. The hotel gold store looks like fun window shopping.

    View from my bedroom window. Bedroom not bad for a donativo albergue!

    At Dubai airport and it’s like a Camino convention! For the first time I can recall I’ve met other forum members on the way - one from South Africa, one from Tasmania and one from Queensland.Read more

  • Day92

    Dubai - Flug mit dem Wasserflugzeug

    April 7, 2017 in the United Arab Emirates

    Der Zweite Tag in Dubai startete um 09:45 mit dem Transport auf das Gelände des Hyatt Hotels. Wir haben eine "Premium" Tour mit insgesamt 8 Personen gebucht. 😊

    Mittels Wasserflugzeug ging es die Küste entlang bist zu Palm Jumeirah und wieder zurück. Ein unglaublicher Blick auf die Stadt Dubai, welche wir so noch nie erlebt haben. 😁

    Auch Start und Landung waren neu für uns, da es der erste Flug in einem Wasserflugzeug war. ☺Read more

  • Day32

    Eine Nacht in Dubai

    March 9 in the United Arab Emirates

    Nachdem wir unseren Flug endgültig verpasst haben, ein Hotel zugewiesen bekommen haben, brachte uns der Shuttleservice zum Hotel. Dort checkten wir ein und buchten eine Citytour für Abends durch Dubai.

    Dubai ist wahnsinnig hell, riesen große Werbeleuchtschilder, große Villen und überall Reichtum.

  • Day54

    Airport Hotel Dubai - City Tour

    March 9 in the United Arab Emirates

    After check in we slept for nearly one hour.
    Short city tour by an guided car - about 2 hours - and dinner 👌🏻

  • Day2

    Hello Dubai

    January 31, 2017 in the United Arab Emirates

    Nach 6 h Flug bin ich endlich, wenn auch total übermüdet, in Dubai gelandet. Anschließend wurden wir mit einem Bus circa 15 Minuten zum anderen Terminal gefahren, wo dann die Pässe nochmal kontrolliert wurden.
    Bei der Kontrolle habe ich mich gleich mit einem deutschen Rentnerpärchen unterhalten, die ebenfalls in Dubai einen Tag Aufenthalt haben ( wenn auch in einem Hotel) bevor sie dann morgen nach Melbourne fliegen.
    Nach dem der Stempel im Pass war suchte ich die Nadel im Heuhaufen, so kam es mir jedenfalls vor .
    Wo genau muss ich jetzt eigentlich hin?
    Nach kurzem Fragen an der Metro Station fuhr ich dann zu City Center, was nicht wie ich gedacht hatte das Stadtzentrum war, sondern einfach ein Einkaufszentrum ist.

    Total überfordert mit der Situation nicht zu wissen wohin ich gehen sollte ließ ich erstmal alle Eindrücke wirken und erkundigte mich dann nach der Station des Buses .
    Zum Glück gab mir ein netter Mann Auskunft und zeigte mir die Haltestelle ( ein großer Raum mit Sitzen, fast wie am Flughafen) des Sightseeing Buses.
    Leider war es erst 8 Uhr morgens und der Bus fährt erst ab 9.
    Um die Stunde Wartezeit zu überbrücken begab ich mich in die Mall um einen Kaffee zu finden, was auch erst später möglich war, da noch alle Läden zu hatten.

    Ich freue mich jetzt schon darauf endlich im Bus zu sitzen..:D
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  • Day1

    Anreise nach Dubai

    August 27, 2015 in the United Arab Emirates

    Gemächlich trollern wir mit unseren beiden Koffern zur S-Bahn und zum Flughafen Terminal 2. Mit Emirates geht es von Frankfurt aus auf einem super angenehmen Flug nach Dubai.

    Vor Ort warten bereits am Gate 2 "Abholer" auf uns, die uns den Weg zu Arabian Adventures, zur Passkontrolle und dem Gepäckband weisen. Zusammen mit drei Anderen werden wir zu unserem ersten Hotel gebracht. Unser erstes Hotel ist das Jumeirah Creekside Hotel.

    Wir beziehen ein schönes Zimmer und machen uns auf Richtung Abendessen. Landen aber in der Bar, da das Nomad ausgebucht war. Interessanterweise werden fast nur internationale Gerichte und eine stattliche Auswahl an Burgern angeboten. Weil wir morgen früh raus müssen und ein Tag, an dem man nichts getan hat, trotzdem anstrengend sein kann, gehen wir früh ins Bett.
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  • Day52

    Dubai, UAE

    October 4, 2014 in the United Arab Emirates

    Not a bad flight - 12 hours and the smoothest landing ever, not even a bump. Very hot - 30+ at 7.30 p.m. Caught a taxi to Raffles Hotel and it was a very impressive sight. Its shaped like a pyramid and the theme throughout the hotel is Egyptian but it's very classy - lots of gold and marble everywhere. You aren't allowed to carry any of your luggage - they insist on taking it for you. Went to the reception desk and, as we have a Club room, we were taken to that level to check in and offered a refreshment. By the time we arrived at the Club level Robinson, the concierge, already knew our names and organised for a glass of Killawarra sparkling to be brought to us. We chatted for a while and then had another glass of sparkling and a bite to eat. It is Eid here now and the Club was open an hour later because they weren't allowed to start serving alcohol until 7 p.m. We were shown to our room and OMG what a room!! The bathroom is marble with a huge bath and separate shower with two different heads, lovely toiletries, candles on the bath and "mood " lighting. The lights, curtains and Do Not Disturb signs are all electronically operated, with controls by the bed. Nespresso coffee machine, several bottles of water (tap water isn't safe to drink) and fresh fruit in the room. There's a spacious balcony with comfy furniture with a great view of part of the city.
    Bed was soooo comfortable and much appreciated when we finally got into it!
    Some shots of our room, from the door looking out the window to the city and looking back into the room from the window.
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  • Day52

    Dubai, UAE#1

    October 4, 2014 in the United Arab Emirates

    Great night's sleep. Put our wet bathers outside before going to breakfast and they were dry when we got back! Had breakfast early and we were only the second people there when we arrived. Amazing buffet with anything you could possibly want and it was all fantastic. Watermelon juice -yay!! Customer service is second to none and all staff we have spoken to love working here. After breakfast we had a look at the pool - it's amazing - huge with a pool bar, whirlpool and lots of lounges. The photos of the pool on their website don't do it justice. The hotel is connected to the Wafi Mall so we're off to do a spot of shopping when it opens.
    More photos of our room, including the bed and bathroom.
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  • Day52

    Dubai, UAE#2

    October 4, 2014 in the United Arab Emirates

    Had a swim before afternoon tea. Missed lunch because of the big breakfast! The pool probably isn't heated but it's a perfect temp because the air temp was 36C. Excellent service yet again - as soon as we found a lounge the lifeguard came and spread out our towels. Then the attendant came with a bottle of water and glasses filled with ice and later another attendant came with cold towels. Still later the pool manager came and asked if we were OK and if he could do anything to assist us. There were very few people in the pool and it was just perfect. Afternoon tea in the Club Lounge after a rest in our room - the food was brought on a three tier stand - sandwiches, scones and cakes and all were delicious. More rest (the plane trip was starting to catch up with us) and a bath before canapes and drinks in the Club Lounge. The housekeeper came for the turndown service, went to get some items for the room and returned with a vase of lilies for me. We noticed that each time we come back into our room the curtains open automatically.
    Drinks and canapes in the Club Lounge. Once again, it wasn't too busy or crowded.

    A few shots of the pool.
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  • Day53

    Dubai, UAE

    October 5, 2014 in the United Arab Emirates

    Another delicious breakfast then took a car to the Ibn Battuta Mall. It's about a 25 minute drive from the hotel, past Burj Khalifa & Burj Al-Arab. The Mall is designed to reflect the travels of Ibn Battuta and each of the four areas is decorated in the distinct style of that area. The decor is beautiful but the Mall is not as attractive as the Dubai Mall. We stopped off there on our way back to the hotel- BIG mistake. It was Sunday & a holiday for Eid and it seemed that every Emirati family was there!!! Back to the hotel and I had a quick swim before going for drinks in the Lounge.
    Some shots of the hotel foyer. The floral arrangements were huge and all fresh flowers.
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