Plaza Inn Doha
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... off. To my right there was a chubby, older man, whose wife was sitting in front of him in one of the exit seats where there is lots of Legroom. I offered to swap so that they could sit together but she saw through my Cunning Plan. To my left was a younger lady of Thai origin. There was a delay of about an hour before we finally took off.
As we were flying through the night most of the journey was spent trying to sleep in an upright position. With ...
We have a healthy habit ,another day spent sunbathing and swimming,this time on the hotel private beach bordered by some beautifully manicured gardens. whilst swimming we saw a ray in the water the size of a dinner plate,he was more frightened of us as he sped away.we had a good view of the Air Force preparing for national day as they hurtled across the bay towards the corniche ...
... was crowded, standing room only. Fortunately we managed to find a couple of seats and broke our fast with a small amount of food and soft drink. The lounge was not serving alcohol; it being Ramadan.
Once on the plane we were served champagne before take-off after which our orders for dinner and wine were taken. We watched some films before settling down for the night in our Qatar supplied pyjamas. ...
... walked us down to a very dodgy part of china town and told us to go and eat dinner and meet back in 40 minutes. We ran and almost couldn't find a place that could prepare our food in 40 minutes but in the end we did and I got a really nice dish of chicken and rice. We had a lot if trouble reading the money and splitting the bill but in the end we got out on time. We got back to the hotel and I was so tired after such a big day, but I got a great night ...
... place looks like a small Dubai. They're dropping their dough on fancy hotels and expensive restaurants to try to encourage tourism before their oil money runs out. From Qatar we stopped in Amman, because Qatar doesn't fly directly to Israel (due to their relationship). In Amman, we were led by security down a bunch of back doors and corridors where we held in a small hallway and handed off to Israeli security. Their security is (understandably) rediculous. ...