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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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- Tennis Court
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I have to admit that on this last trip to Doha I felt more relaxed than the previous one I had last year.
A Tourist or anybody who is not local should not sit in a way that shows the soles of your feet or shoes to your Qatari hosts as this is considered impolite.
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I can say it was not difficult to consider spending a few days at the Intercontinental in Doha after my lunch experience last year at the Mykonos restaunt of the hotel.
I had the opportunity to return a few days after I left because of the "Bouzouki Night". I could never have imagined that I …
... there were separate dinner and breakfast menus, you can order any item à la carte at any time. It's 11pm and you want a muesli and a waffle followed by a lamb entrée? Gross, but knock yourself out. I had a delicious pumpkin and chestnut soup followed an antipasti salad trio that, frankly, was a bit of a miss. After a few hours' sleep, I had the excellent muesli (sans lamb), bread, and tea before landing.
At Hamad International Airport ...
... you prefer a calm and serene environment, city square is your place. Quite lively but definitely not depressing quiet! There are people around and you can have coffee or ice cream and can sit by the fountain. Daylight hours can be spent admiring the history of Vienna. A look at the palaces and churches which were built centuries ago and you find you searching for the right words to describe the ...
... in the breeze coming off the sea. We stopped to admire the inland sea and in the distance,like Mordor,we could see Saudi Arabia. We stopped for lunch in a camp by the sea and Kevin had a snooze in our Bedouin tent to recover from the ordeal and/or his previous night's works football Xmas meal! A short drive back to the Tarmac where we had ...