Grand Suite Hotel

Address: Doha, Doha, Qatar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Doha

An Eventful Journey

A travel blog entry by chimera85 on Apr 02, 2015

8 comments, 3 photos

... stunts and a World War II movie, a couple of nice meals and no sleep to the point where we are approaching Doha. Time to throw in a little bit of turbulence. Suddenly Cool Guy looks pale and tense. “I get my fear of flying from my Father” he says. Not so cool now.We ended up in a Holding Pattern for about 20 minutes and the Pilot cheerfully told us that there were landing delays because the two previous aircraft had had to abort their landings ...

Qatar Stopover

A travel blog entry by kurodatenshi on Nov 13, 2014

50 photos

... roars. Several tourists were getting photos with it too, and one of them tried to grab its jaw. Wefie with rex! There was a pteranodon too but he was less interesting since he doesn't move. Eat Street is the name of the food area which according to the airport's website, allows ...

Doha to Delhi, an incredible journey begins

A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Nov 03, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... to Delhi. The flight was punctual, the aeroplane was swish and blessedly only half full. In spite of that, we still didn’t get an upgrade - never been lucky on that front and given that we do look like Australian travellers - apparently - guess there’s even less chance of that happening now, especially with an airline who proudly advertises itself as 'the world's 5 star airline'. This first flight was especially superb, a ...

The road to South Africa

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... and we set off. Dorothy's remarked several times how lucky we are to have learnt English while growing up. Traveling is hard as is, and I've often wondered how Korean, Japanese and Chinese tourists handle the language barrier. More often than not, I've observed them in hostels studying translated versions of lonely planet into the night. This "homework" helps them, since they know what price a taxi / hostel should be, versus your average backpacker. It was nice having a ...


A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jul 15, 2014

1 photo

... Checking in at that time was a breeze as there was no queue. We didn't mind the wait as we much prefer to be too early than too late.

That flight was fine and we landed at the new Heathrow Terminal 2 which seems to be in another county than Terminal 4, our departure terminal. We were the only passengers in the coach from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4. Once again we went through that tunnel; the one we went through too often in our attempt to find the Europcar site ...