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Going to have 2 long layovers in Dubai in March, one from 12:20pm til 8/9am the next day, and then on the way back from 7am til 2:45am the next morning.

Any tips on what to do? I'm thinking a city tour and a nice dinner going over, and on the way back I'd love to do a trip out to the desert! (Riding a camel would be a huge thing- I ride horses, so I'd love to try this!)

Any specific reviews on companies to avoid? Hotels to avoid or ones you recommend?

I'll be traveling alone, so would it be ok to go it alone as a female?

Thanks!

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