Four Seasons Hotel Doha
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A remarkably amazing hotel!
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You are not going to believe this. But they made some new driving laws this week. Now you cannot talk to anyone who is in the passenger seat of your car. They have already outlawed calling on the cell phone or texting. But to enforce this they are putting up sensors on the side of the road that detect cell phone transmissions coming from a moving vehicle and they automatically ticket the driver. Not sure, how this will work. It is up there in the realm of ...
... I got to thinking of all the other nationalities I have come across, since I have been here, I have met people from Omani, Saudi Arabian, Egyptian, Jordanian, Lebanese, South African, Kenyan, *****ian, Moroccan, Pakistani, Turkish, Indian, Bangladeshi, Kashmiri, Syrian and our driver from Nepal.
Almost everyone I meet asks ...
... friendliness and kindness. The language! I didn't know much but I loved trying to learn and remember new words. I loved being able to try to fit in, even though I never would. The hair braiding! It would have been so much easier with real hair, but I loved the look of it, and you just can't get away with that here. The friends you make, both from Africa and around the world. The taxi playlist! Playing those songs here just don't have the same affects! Being able ...
... can have a seat for as long as they wish even without having to order a thing.
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... was revamped some years back with the result that now feels more 'authentic'. Structures are built of wood and stone in such a way that seem that they belong to the previous century. A stroll through its alleys travels you to another era.
The main walking street is piled up with many restaurants and is actually a spot for a cheap bite. It gets busy on Friday and Saturday nights –these two days stand for ...