Grand Qatar Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... me by a fellow pilgrim (the beauty of an iPad you can download books whenever you need one), and snoozed for about an hour. When we arrived in Doha at 11pm it was 36 degrees... We were processed reasonably quickly and headed up to the boarding gate. And who should I see as I'm walking along in a daze but Julee Scott from work, and her husband! They were taking the same flight as us. With only a 30 minute wait we were soon back on a plane with a 13 hour flight ahead of ...
... treat we were looking forward to was our good friends the Clements visiting us, but we had a week in SL before they arrived.
We landed at around 1am from Thailand, and had a driver who took us the 4 hour death defying journey to Mirissa Beach. As he fell asleep at the wheel and careened off the road to avoid maniac buses, we held hands and tried to not pee ourselves. We spent a few days in Mirissa doing very little except acclimating to our new surroundings, playing in the ...
... market in Whitechapel where I parted with the princely sum of £17:50 for a little roll-along soft case which is lying on the floor beside me as I type this. I had debated buying an expensive case that will undoubtedly last a lifetime but I reckon that the outlay isn't really worth it. If I get a couple of long trips out of this then it will have paid for itself. There is also the possibility of your baggage getting lost (of ...
... will thus have the opportunity to try several dishes.
The Saffron is very different to other Indian restaurants where food is over-flavored, greasy, overcooked or too spicy. On the contrary, whatever I tried here was a challenge and so tempting.
For all the above reasons (food, value, service) I highly recommend it and I long to be back and try more from this amazing cuisine of Shetty. Keep the good work up guys, you surely deserve to be ...
After two years working in the Middle East I am returning to the UK by train. I fly from Doha to Istanbul and then catch the train through Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Belgium and France arriving at London St. Pancreas on Sunday 10 November at 21:03. The train tickets cost £493.50 of which £50 was courier of tickets to Doha. I sleep on the train for 3 nights and have booked hotels for the other 7 in Bucharest, Brasov, Sighisoara, Budapest,Vienna and ...