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Dubai plan

We have 9 hours in port in Dubai, then will return there the following evening and stay for a day and a half. Tentative plan is using Big Bus to go from cruise port to Souk Madinot and then to Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa before returning to our ship. Then when we get back in town the following evening, see the fountains if we haven't already and have a nice dinner and a bit of clubbing. Then the following day, explore on our own in the Al Fahidi area until mid-afternoon when we get picked up for our Desert safari. Last morning we'll explore Deira since that's where our hotel is and leave midday for the airport. Have we picked the best spots? Anybody have tips, opinions, or caveats to make about this rough plan?

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