Merwebhotel Central Doha
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At my wit's end, I was fiddling around on my computer when I switched over to Skype to see who was online. It was then that I remembered you can dial regular phone numbers through Skype. Would a toll-free number work or would Skype still charge me since I was international?
Guess what? It worked!
Of course, Etihad told me that, when US Airways changed the flight on the outbound trip, they basically claimed the ticket and it was no longer an ...
The advantage of not having a connecting flight that corresponds with the time of your arrival in Doha (State of Qatar, on the Persian Gulf), is that you get hotel accommodations for the night with food vouchers and a chance to explore the city a little bit. I was able to take advantage of this on my return flight to India. My flight left Geneva at 3:00 in the afternoon and arrived in Doha at 11:15pm and the connecting flight to Chennai is at 8:20pm, lucky me! So I picked up ...
... service. I cannot say enough about this hospitable, delightful venue. I want to thank them all from the bell boy to the reception, and the management. They know well how to make guests feel important and valued.
ROOM: We were accompanied by Sahran to the glass elevators and up to our Deluxe room #1107, where with discreet he explained about the amenities of our fancy and high-tech room.
I cannot say that our room was big, but it was ...
... on board so that others would see us and join in. It was funny when we started begging the visitors to join…acting like town criers.
The ride was interesting but short so when the boat returned to the harbor we decided not to disembark like the rest so we had the opportunity to have a second round.
I think you will like the small video showing part of the ride. Click on the first photo and see the ...
... I wanted to do was ride on a camel in the desert and once I arrived I didn't think it was going to happen. I took some pictures and then the adventure began.
To say the least, the sand dunes were amazing! Unlike anything I have ever seen! They literally are just like you see on the National Geographic channel on TV. We were cruiser number 5 in a group of 6. We headed into the ever ending sand where it was difficult ...