Wyndham Grand Regency Doha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... voucher to another diner and didn't leave a tip. haha! Then it was time to watch The Hobbit,a bit strange as it had French and Arabic subtitles and luckily there was only one baby and a couple of people chatting away. Film etiquette is not the same here,they laugh inappropriately,chat on the phone,children run amok and make you yearn for someone to unwrap a sweet to really get your ...
... s a city that didn't exist in its current form a decade ago. For example the first skyscraper was completed in 2004, now there is 150 completed and many more on the way. As for residential, sports stadiums, museums and every thing else well they are all going nuts too. As a city that wants to host the FIFA World Cup in 2020 no effort or expense is being spared. Bars and casinos are sadly lacking, this being the Arabian ...
... I had a couple of fresh prawns and squid this time for dinner.
SALADS: Salads are varied and I had a little bit of the ones that attracted my attention but a bit more from what I really wanted to eat. What I usually do is to fill up a plate making it look beautiful for a photo. I do the same with dessert. This does not necessarily mean that I am going to eat everything. I have to say though that in this case, all salads/dips I had were really tasty that I almost ...
... us in like an oasis in the desert. - Strolling under fake skies alongside a canal complete with Venetian Gondals in the heavily air conditioned Villagio (think Las Vegas' Billagio mall turned up to 11. Also rode te roller coaster in there and saw the ice rink. What we learned - walking around in 47c degree heat is not a good idea and totally marks you as a tourist in Doha. - Conversely taxis are cheap and air conditioned. A 7 mile ride to the Villagio mall was only $10 ...
... to send them off into the desert again to find a more experienced driver to get them out.
While in Doha we also went to the Museum of Islamic art, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, which meant it was quirky but had a nice Arabic twist to it (or was that just the twisting staircase inside). The museum is located on the corniche (waterside) with a nice view over the water to downtown and full of interesting artefacts. It does ...