I have always wanted to go to Dubai. What really pulled me into the destination was the Atlantis the Palm Hotel. When I was younger I would see these commercials about the resort and I found it amazing. There were water slides where you actually went underwater surrounded by different kinds of fish and sharks. At the time it seemed unreal that this was even possible and ever since then I have wanted nothing more than to travel there and try it for myself. As I grew older I researched more attractions in Dubai including the Burj Khalifa, the Burj Al Arab, the Dubai Mall, and the Dubai Desert
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...ficult for the average person to enjoy the city and they do not treat their employees in the manner in which they deserve. While the city seems to be a paradise, there are many underlying aspects that they do not inform you of before your journey, which can be very misleading. While Dubai still may be a beautiful place and a dream destination for many people it is definitely not completely as advertised.
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