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Burj Al Arab

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We managed to have a look at one of three bed room guest room in Burj Al Arab. Apparently it's around 3000 pounds per night but some people stay 3 - 6 months there. Some people have too much money!! By the way, the carpet is designed by Givenchy. Can you tell?
7th Jul 2007, 20:18   | tags:,

JokerXL says:

OMG!!
That's that big sail thing isn't it?
Saw a documentary about it on Discovery (about as near as I'm likely to get to it)

7th Jul 2007, 20:54

ukmari says:

Oh yes!!
We were saying the bath rooms are bigger than our lounge, and each rooms have on suite.

7th Jul 2007, 21:00

JokerXL says:

I checked the link, WoW, what a place!

7th Jul 2007, 21:11

swamprose says:

a carpet by givency in an area of the world that has given us some of the greatest carpet art in the world. ever. screwed up. I hear abu dabhai is the shopping capital of that part of the world.

7th Jul 2007, 23:02

ukmari says:

I know....
Dubai is like a Disneyland. surreal and fake. It was not somewhere I would like to live even with lots of money.

8th Jul 2007, 10:40

swamprose says:

sorry I meant dubai. good luck in disneyeworld.

8th Jul 2007, 12:19

Judo-Jule says:

amazing hotel.

14th Jul 2007, 13:55

Dhamaka says:

I bet that was an experience!
That whole area sounds completely ecologically unsustainable but I'd be fascinated to see it for myself

20th Jul 2007, 00:42