Shopping in Dubai – Mall of the Emirates

The Mall of the Emirates is another great palace to do some shoppin. It is actuly world’s first shopping resort, located at interchange 4 on Sheikh Zayed Road, and nearby the hotel we stayed at. It has ore than 560 shops, 90 restaurants, five-star hotel and the world’s largest indoor ski.

A small view of the indoor ski

Of course, Mall of the Emirates is very big too, but it’s also very cozy. We went for shopping here twice.

Btw, if you are looking for some awesome shirts and male accessories for your brother (or some other male), go to Boggi 😉

Shopping in Dubai – The Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in the world with 1200 shops, located next to Burj Khalifa.

We went to this mall several times, and each time we found new places, and we couldn’t really find the directions we came from. But I liked being around.  It has everything.

The Dubai Mall has the world’s largest aquarium, so the whole place is definitely worth a visit 😉

“The Souk” of Dubai Mall is a popular place to get your jewelry.. 😉

The outside view from the main entrance. One day there was this pink limo 😉

~ AJ

Berlin, Day 7

We spent the 7th and almost last day of our trip, on shopping in Berlin.

We went to Kurfürstendamm, and started from the Karstadt, moving on to Europa Center, Diesel etc., and then Peek & Cloppenburg.

Don’t forget to have some coins for the S-Bahns, U-Bahns etc.! 😛

The view from Kurdürstendamm 😉

Shopping somehow makes you happy, right? 😛

In Peek & Cloppenburg 😉

It was a nice day, and we really enjoyed walking down Kurfürstendamm. Kurfürstendamm has everything when it comes to shopping, and there’s definitely something for each and everyone.

That was actually the day, I really wanted to stay in Berlin for an extra couple of days. And that was the day, I decided that this wasn’t my last visit at all 😉

Once finished with the shopping, we later went to Bejte Ethiopean Restaurant. This was indeed a delicious experience 🙂

I  M I S S   B E R L I N !  

~ AJ

 

 

 

Berlin, Day 6

We really enjoyed our trip to Berlin. And we enjoyed the breakfast buffet at the hotel 😀

Berlin has everything, including Mc Arthur Glenn Designer Outlet – they actually have one designer outlet market near Berlin, like the one I visited last year in Neumünster in Northern Germany. This was where we spent our 6th day!The one near Berlin is actually placed in a small town called Elstal, and we took the train from Berlin Central Station. This takes about 1 hour.

Once a Nike lover, forever a Nike lover!

The Designer Outlet Berlin is somehow okay, I felt it was not as good as the one in Neumünster, but we still bought some good stuff, including a dress from Tommy Hilfiger, t-shirts from Nike and Calvin Klein etc. The clothes are of course cheaper than in central Berlin, but still.. I like the one in Neumünster much more.

After coming home, we went to a South Indian restaurant called Lotus for dinner. I really loved this place! I got a delicious uththappam with some coconut chutney and sambar. The uththappam was delicious, but the sambar and chutney was not spicy at all – I guess it’s made for people, who are not used to spicy food 😉

I will still say, that the Lotus Restaurant is worth a visit, if you are in Berlin. You can find it at Kantstrasse 70 near Charlottenburg S-St. in Berlin.

 

H A V E      A     G R E A T      E V E N I N G !  ❤

~ AJ

 

 

Berlin, Day 4

Coming to the 4th day of our trip in Berlin, we decided to check out Kurfürstendamm, as it is one of the famous places in Berlin, which is also perfect for some shopping.

We first went to the Nike store at the Europa Center Berlin. They really have some crazy stuff , but I didn’t buy a thing here at first 😛

We had some cake at Cafe Tiffanys at Europa Center instead 😀

We also visited the KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens. This is actually the 2nd largest department store in Europe, that features the famous “Luxury Boulevard”, including brands like Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Rolex etc. 😉

The funny part is, that we actually didn’t buy anything that day, and went home disappointed. Maybe we were so tired and it was a bit cold, so we checked the places out in a hurry.

L I F E     I S      G O O D   ❤

~ AJ