La Villa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Doha! Yea hanging on the Saudi peninsula. The UAE houses nearly 45% of southern Asians! Weird hey! Oil and gas baby bringing in the dollars. Any who! Em and I have a few hours to burn before we hitch the next flight to Munich. An Americano coffee should keep me company for a little while then possibly a visit to the optional Islamic prayer room! Maybe I'll pray for some trees for the desert! Until Germany ✌️ ...
... is a little under 10 SGD. Ivy had Baba Ghanoush Salad - cooked eggplant mixed with onions, tomatoes, olive oil and various seasonings, Dolma (stuffed vine leaves) that tasted like kueh and also a kibbeh. The taste was very tasty and more filling than my greens. For lunch, we had ...
... lounge for our next flight to Delhi. The lounge was packed and noisy in stark comparison to what we’d experienced in Amman. As the call to get on the plane came, there followed chaos - much shoving, pushing and queue busting.....nothing like the latter to irritate us Brits. On reflection, we realise now that this was a little taster of what was to come pretty much everywhere we visited in India. The packed plane was mainly full ...
... door to door, including waiting 5 hours in Doha and 2 hours in London, and over 35 hours from first take off to last landing. But more was to come! We checked in and were given the keys to room 734 but, when we opened the door it was snibbed from the inside. Back downstairs to an apologetic receptionist – someone else had been given that room a short time ago. So we are now in room 740, a modern room, with plenty of pale wood, on the floor and ...
... to be able to see a famous artist be so accessible to everyone. The big sharks got me a bit worried about Australia.... Finally we ended the day in a little coffee shop with comfy sofas outside looking over the city skyscrapers. There was so much construction going on in the city, a big focus is obviously the 2022 Football World Cup. It's obviously such a developing place, and I think in a few years time when it really is in the world centre stage, I'll be happy to know that I've seen ...