Sunday, 1 April 2018

My Sunday Photo - Week 170 After the fire. The Address Hotel.

Since these two photos were taken, the Address Hotel has undergone a full refurbishment after a fire on New Years Eve 2015.


You'll also notice the building on the left, which is part of Dubai Mall has altered from restaurant balconies to being filled in which is now the World's largest Apple Store.


The Address Hotel still smouldering on New Years Day 2016.



Week 158 Bluewater Islands and Dubai Eye. Man made island a 210m high Big Wheel
Week 159 Dubai Marina - Reflections
Week 160 Dubai Frame. A window between the Old and New Dubai and a 150m high glass floor.
Week 163 New Metro Line for Expo 2020
Week 164 Hoover Dam 2002 - 2010
Week 165 Dubai Opera House What a difference a year makes
Week 166 Unfinished buildings. The Pentominium
Week 167 Mixing the old and the new. Coventry Catherdral
Week 168 New Dubai Metro Station 
Week 169 Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa 

18 comments:

  1. I think these images just show how Dubai doesn't stand still. The refurbishmentm, the encasing of the Apple Store, such a dynamic place. #mysundayphoto

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    1. it is constantly evolving and changing, never stops

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  2. Lovely to see the comparison between the two Dubai is always growing and evolving

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    1. it would be nice if it just stood still for a week or so though

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  3. Wow, it's amazing how much it has changed. The buildings really are stunning.

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    1. i'm looking forward to seeing what else changes by my next visit to the mall

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  4. Those buildings are amazing! Everything seems to change so quickly in Dubai x

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  5. Such amazing buildings. My cousin is there just now & always looks amazing x

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  6. Such amazing building. I would love to visit. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. make sure you visit in the winter, too hot in summer at almost 50c

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  7. That fire looks like it did a lot of damage. It looks a masterpiece now.

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    1. it's taken almost 3 years to refurbish, but they've done a great job

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  8. I'm sure I remember that happening. Great to see it restored to its former glory. #MySundayPhoto

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  9. I remember see the photos of that fire, what a unique looking building

    Thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

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    1. i don't think i've seen two buildings the same yet

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