Courtyard by Marriott Doha City Center
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... so we headed over that way. Lorraines gonna say im a fanny as i ended up going round a heap of shops and then back to the first one and buying the first pair i bought. It was a tough decision though cause i wanted a pair of gym shoes but ones that i could wear out aswell so she can just shush haha. Was a little creeped out in ...
Turns out i got the best seat on the plane for economy anyway as i got the window seat at the emergency exit. Got japanese food at half 1 because i was starvin. Stoocked up on munchies for this flight aswell. There was a money exchange place but they said they had to convert everything to brazilian reals before they could give me dirhams and they were wanting to give me £8 worth for my £36, be aswell keeping ...
... dinner. Here we were not disappointed. While there was a casual air about the place, the service and food were anything but. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience before stopping off to catch a little of the World Cup atmosphere in another bar.
We spent our days visiting the air conditioned shopping centres and taking part in some retail therapy for it was over forty degrees, and while we would have loved to stroll the corniche, it was simply too hot ...
... we had plenty of time to look over the HUGE city as we circled for about 30 mins waiting to land. The buildings seemed to go on and on. Istanbul has a population of 14 million. By this time I had a headache and the rough landing we had at Istanbul did not go down to well!
After getting in the line for Immigration I noticed a sign pointing to the visa counter so out of line we went to get them. It didn't take too long and we were ...
Doha was such an interesting city to visit, and it was so nice to see Sam! Quad biking in the sand dunes was amazing, no health and safety rules whatsoever, and nothing to ruin the landscape of the dunes. The whole desert area was completely undeveloped, I've never seen a coastline so untouched! That evening we ventured out into the city to visit one of the fancy hotels- the St Regis. It was immaculate, and the cocktails were phenomenal! We spent the night at their jazz bar- an ...