Holiday Inn Kuwait Downtown
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Yes. That is correct.
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I remember the girl I brought along describing it as not being the vacation she had been expecting. Her expectation that the word vacation should apply at all to what we had planned was enough for me to feel satisfied that I had exposed her to some manliness.
I digress. We ...