Grand Heritage Doha Hotel And Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Hot tub
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When I first booked my flight, Qatar airways had only just released their direct to Edinburgh flight (you don't have to go through Heathrow to get to Scotland).
By all accounts, Doha is a baby Dubai.
The airport is huge and mostly empty at the moment, but as more people start flying through Qatar, it will handle the masses.
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... Doubtfire, had dinner and played some games. Food was lovely. Now we have 14 hours or so.
Well - have been on plane for 10 hours. Have slept for most of this part of the journey. Have to say that you think it's a really long flight and most people say they could nt do the flight but really does go by very quick.There are so many films to watch plus food and drink seem to be served all the ...
... all around the marina.
I need to go and get the boys up so we can catch our flight. We fly from Doha to Chicago. It is direct, but a 14 hour flight.
Again, if you get a chance to visit here, go for it. Everyone speaks English (at least everyone we encountered) and the customer service is incredible.
We can't wait to connect with all of you soon!!!
Sonja, Rohan and Nikhil
Just landed in Doha. It is 2315 local time making it 0415 in Perth. These guys are definitely the poorer imitations of Dubai. We landed after a 5.30 hr flight only to walk down rickety steps to a waiting bus who I am sure took lessons from Italian taxis drivers and took us on the longest route possible. It took us 20 minutes to go from where the plane stopped to the transfer area and as usual our departure was gate 38 only 3 short at the most ...
... coast of Qatar. The walls were high, but allowed viewers on the ramparts to look out on both the gulf and the vast desert leading to the fort. There were numerous rooms built inside, along the walls, as well as in the corner turrets. While it was actually used by the military up until the 80s, it would have been an awesome fort to play around in as a kid, given it's size and simplicity.
The ruins of Zubarah were nearby and we attempted to drive to them, only ...