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Other titles in the Lonely Planet Pocket Guide Dubai series:
Dubai Encounter (Lonely Planet Dubai Encounter)by Lara Dunston
Synopses & Reviews
What Will Your Dubai Encounter Be?
...skiing on the world's first indoor black run
...commissioning a special gold ring at a market price
...spending hours doing nothing at a Jumeirah beach resort
...kicking back with a beer, a sea breeze and a view of the Gulf at sunset
...reclining on cushions and smoking sheesha
...clearing your head in the Arabian desert
Discover Twice the City in Half the Time...
...navigate easily with a fully indexed street map plus detailed neighborhood maps
...local authors share their passion for the very best in shopping, dining, clubbing and relaxing
...take the hassle out of daily planning with unique thematic itineraries
go straight to the source: foodie tips from Gordon Ramsay's sommelier, shopping hints from a boutique owner
Ski on the world's first indoor black run or recline on cushions to smoke a water pipe. This Dubai guide takes the hassle out of daily planning with unique thematic itineraries. Full color. Foldout map.
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