The City Of The Middle East

926 Words Apr 4th, 2016 4 Pages
For my trip, I am going to be heading over to the Middle East. This city is one of the most interesting places in the world; It is the fastest growing city in the world and is a dazzling, cosmopolitan destination complete with gleaming skyscrapers, amazing weather, thousands of foreigners and some of the most breathtaking and opulence hotels in the world (Stephanie). The city is rich with a widely diverse culture, but is ruled under strict Muslim law by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The strict laws placed upon this city also gives it a crime rate virtually at 0% making it one of the safest cities in the world (Stephanie). The Sheikh take great pride in their police force and make a conscious effort to show off how classy it is to tourists coming around the world. The various models of police cars range in the equivalence of one person in the United States going to college. The models of police cars include Ferraris (valued at $500,000), Lamborghinis (valued at $400,000) and one Ashton Martin, priced at $1.79 million. This flashy city in the desert is where is decided to take my trip; the city is located in the country United Arab Emirates and is called the city of Dubai.
To get my trip started I am going to be taking a Delta flight from Atlanta (ATL) to Paris, France (CDG). This continuous flight will take about 8h 37min; once I have made it to Paris I will have a layover in Paris that will last 7h 45min. It’s a good thing that I’ve never been to Paris either.…

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