Al Muntazah Plaza Hotel
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The flight from Madrid to Doha took about 6 hrs 30 minutes and was, as usual, pleasant. We watched forgettable movies (both) and TV shows (Tom). We had a 7 hour layover in Doha which we spent in the Business lounge, killing time after a refreshing shower. In future we'd prefer a shorter break between flights though at least we were in a comfortable ...
... drive). Although we were lucky and didn't need it yet, fans and air conditioning are definitely on the list. It did get hot, but it was bearable. I wouldn't have liked to be there when it was really hot! A washing machine. Boy does washing by hand take forever! Also a clothes line is also handy. CLEAN running water. What a privilege it is to live in a country where we can get water whenever and where ever we like. If we want to drink out of the hose at home, it is perfectly ...
... on the ladder. There is always someone, though.
For those of you who are aware of my problems with US Airways, allow me to provide a brief update. I had been frustratingly going back and forth with customer service trying to get some accommodation from them ever since I arrived in Kathmandu. I would give them a list of things that I was upset about. They would respond without even acknowledging my concerns.
I eventually contacted the Vice President of ...
Early to bed and early to rise -makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
This is at least what athletes do here.
You might also ask why I picked this particular place to come again as if there is nowhere else to go to….somewhere I didn't go last year for instance.
Well, it is simple.
"I just love it out ...
... like the Greek meze). The dish costs QR125 (€25.00) and includes stuffed vine leaves, hummus, Kisir, (Turkish tabbouleh), Acili Ezme, (a Turkish style of tomato dip) Haydari (thick yoghurt dip) and finally the Patlican salatsi which is an aubergine dip. Each starter has a unique taste and I cannot really say which I liked most -all were amazing.
We had the Gavurdagi salatasi for QR 50 (€10.00) A rocket leaves salad with a pomegranate dressing. ...