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Ballroom Dance Cruise 2019
February 1-11, 2019

Ballroom Dance Destination 2019
7 Night Cruise/2 Nights Land in Venice
Itinerary: *Venice, Italy  *Bari, Italy  *Greek Islands: Corfu, Santorini, Mykonos  *Dubrovnik, Croatia
Details coming soon!!

Dear Stardust Traveler, Welcome to our Stardust Destination Dance Cruise. Your Dubai Tour is an all inclusive
affordable vacation. Your package includes: Airport transfers  *Cruise on Costa's Mediterranea Cruise Ship  
*All meals on Ship  *Port Charges/Taxes on Ship  *Gratuities on Ship  *Ballroom Dance Workshops  
*Social Dancing on board ship  *Stardust's Arabian Theme Cocktail Party
*3 days/2 nights at the Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa  *Municipality Fees/Service Charge/Tourism Dirham  
*Welcome drink on arrival at hotel  *Breakfast each morning at hotel  *Access to hotel's leisure & recreation facilities
*Daily local newspaper  *Stardust Dance Hosts for the single ladies.

Description of Cabins:
INSIDE CABIN PREMIUM have 2 twin beds that convert to a queen sized bed, closet space, private bath with shower, 
sitting area, free 24 hr. room service, desk, sofa bed, vanity, tv, phone, hair dryer, mini bar, safe 175 sq. ft.

OCEANVIEW CABIN PREMIUM have 2 twin beds that convert to a queen sized bed, closet space, private bath with shower, 
sitting area, free 24 hr. room service, desk, sofa bed, vanity, tv, phone, hair dryer, mini bar, safe 175 sq. ft.

BALCONY CABIN PREMIUM have 2 twin beds that convert to a queen sized bed, large windows with glass doors, private veranda,
closet space, private bath with shower, sitting area, free 24 hr. room service, desk, sofa bed, vanity, tv, phone, hair dryer, mini bar, safe 185 sq. ft/Balcony +35 sq. ft

SUITE have 2 twin beds that convert to a queen sized bed, large panoramic windows with glass doors, private veranda, closet space, 
prive bath with whirlpool tub and shower, expanded seating area, desk, sofa bed, vanity, tv, phone, hair dryer, mini bar, safe, butler, 
priority check in, priority debarkation, afternoon canapes, fresh fruit, priority dining reservations, thick cotton robes, pillow menu, all benefits of premium
cabins, free service in your cabin, extra 10% discount on your next cruise, personal valet, restaurant reserved exclusively for suite guests. All-day access
to the spa, bottle of Ferrari sparking wine, jacuzzi, bath salts, bath robe and slippers, choice of pillows (pillow menu) 272 sq. ft/Balcony + 80 sq. ft

Tours Included In Your Package:

Burj Khalifa At The Top is a megatall skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. ...
The building broke numerous height records, including its designation as the tallest tower in the world.

The Dubai Mall is an integral part of Downtown Dubai, the flagship mega-project by Emaar Properties. At 12 million sq. ft., the mall’s total area, the mall is number 10 in the world.   The Mall has 1,200 stores which include 70 high fashion signature stores, 200 food /beverage outlets, and 14,000 parking spaces. The mall includes the Dubai Aquarium which is the largest suspended aquarium in the world.  Against the backdrop of the Burj Khalif,  in the mist of an artificial lake. these choreographed dancing fountains are stunning.  Water undulates as gracefully as a belly dancer, arcs like a dolphin, and surges as high as 150 meters to a soothing soundtrack.  The Souk is a distinctive shopping precinct with wide walkways, and featuring jewelry shops, accessory outlets, traditional Arab clothing and handicraft stores, among others. 

The Jumeirah Mosque Over the past two decades, the Jumeirah Mosque has become renowned as the focal point of our “Open doors. Open minds.” programme as it is the only mosque in Dubai which is open to the public and dedicated to receiving non-Muslim guests. Come and join a unique opportunity to learn about Emirati culture and religion in a relaxed, casual and open atmosphere at this landmark mosque.The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding hosts visits of the Grand Jumeirah Mosque. Each tour lasts approximately 75 minutes. The tour includes water, dates, Arabic coffee, tea, and traditional pastries. Modest dress is preferred, however traditional attire can be borrowed from the Mosque.

Dubai Museum A trip to Dubai is not complete without visiting the Dubai Museum, located in Al Fahidi Fort. Originally built as a defense against foreign invasion, it was later transformed into a museum and allows visitors to delve into the rich and unique heritage of the city. Exhibitions offer visitors an insight into desert life, depicting traditional Arab homes, mosques, fishing, pearl diving and trade. One of the highlights at the museum is an exhibit featuring artifacts from excavated graves in the Emirates from the 3rd millennium BCE.

Global Village Dubailand, Dubai is claimed to be the world's largest tourism, leisure and entertainment project with a unique shopping experience at 30 pavilions each representing a different country. 

The Marina Walk-Many people wonder what they’re supposed to do when they finally reach the world famous Dubai Marina Walk. There is plenty to do in the surrounding areas of the marina, including the Marina Walk, a beachfront paved walkway with 305 outlets and 69 restaurants to keep you entertained — not to mention active, as walking the whole area will take you a full day!
The Walk-The beach area is Jumeirah Beach, which offers great scenic views of the Arabian Gulf. About lunch time, or maybe even brunch, you’re going to get hungry after a few hours of walking so check out popular restaurants like Coco’s, Zaatar w Zeit and Ruby Tuesdays. Bear in mind that many of the restaurants here are made with respect to a variety of cultures, as well as ages, and do not serve alcohol. However, you can find alcoholic beverages at hotel bars and grills.

SOUQ-Is an open-air marketplace. The equivalent Persian term is "bazaar".
In Modern Standard Arabic the term al-sooq refers to markets in both the physical sense and the abstract economic sense (e.g., an Arabic-speaker would speak of the sooq in the old city as well as the sooq for oil, and would call the concept of the free market.  As in markets generally, prices are commonly set by bargaining between buyers and sellers.     Souqs: spice, gold, perfume, textile, and clothing.

The Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden located in the district of Dubailand, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
garden spread over 72,000 square meters making it the world's largest natural flower garden featuring
over 109 million flowers planted.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque - Rising majestically from beautifully manicured gardens and visible from each of the bridges joining Abu Dhabi Island to the mainland, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque represents an impressive welcome to the city. Conceived by the first president of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed, and marking his final resting place, the mosque accommodates 41,000 worshippers and is one of the few in the region open to non-Muslims. With more than 80 marble domes on a roofline held aloft by over 1000 pillars and punctuated by four 107m-high minarets, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a masterpiece of modern Islamic architecture and design. Over 100,000 tons of pure white Greek and Macedonian marble were used in its construction. Delicate floral designs inlaid with semi-precious stones, such as lapis lazuli, red agate, amethyst, abalone, jasper and mother-of-pearl, decorate a variety of marbles and contrast with the more traditional geometric ceramic details.

Beach Day at Sir Bani Yas Island is a natural island located 110 mi southwest of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
Sir Bani Yas 10.9 mi from north to south and 5.6 mi from east to west, making it the largest natural island in the United Arab Emirates.
Located just off the shore of the Western region of Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas island was originally home to Arabia's largest wildlife reserve.
Spanning over
34 sq mi, the reserve was established in 1977 by Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Thanks to decades of conservation work and ecological investment, it is now home to thousands of large free-roaming animals and several million trees and plants. A bird sanctuary as well as a wildlife reserve, Sir Bani Yas showcases nature through activities such as adventure safaris, kayaking, mountain biking, archery, hiking and snorkeling.