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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptkrappy View Post
    I think I could stare at this all day.


    More great pics. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelliott076 View Post
    I was told from the top floor you could actually see the curve of the earth. Either way, what a view! Thanks for the photos.
    Way old thread resurrection. One thing worth noting is you can watch the sunset on the ground then go up and watch it set again. Hence why sunset is the most expensive time of day to visit. It's about $100 to go up. Dubai is not cheap.facebook_1552897378605.jpgfacebook_1552897579381.jpg

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    It's not cheap...and the air quality is still as bad as when I was there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    It's not cheap...and the air quality is still as bad as when I was there...
    Yes always seems to have the Dubai haze.. Here's a nicer day.facebook_1552898690769.jpgfacebook_1552898729572.jpg

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