Splendid Hotel Musherib
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to the CEO, and a few phone calls, all it took was to call up the ticketing line... now was an appropriate time for a facepalm.
I also got the impression that Tom would have put me on any flight I could find out of Kathmandu. If there was one that connected through Thailand or China or Paris, he would have put me on it. The only other flight I could find, though, was a 4:30 leaving Kathmandu on Qatar Airways and going through Doha to Philly to Pittsburgh. No ...
... the outer appearance and sometimes miss the qualities that really count. It seems there are acceptable and unacceptable jobs for locals; customs officer- okay, cleaning girl- not okay, cashier- okay, flight attendant- not okay, museum staff-okay, restaurant staff- not okay. It seems that pretty much anything that is truly deemed as "service" is relegated to foreigners, which for many foreigners can be a good thing, although it seems many are anxious to get back to their ...
... list includes a plethora of different dishes. I have to admit that when I am here it is not hard to choose because no matter what I try I know is of excellent taste and I would definitely love it. If you get lost in the menu and need some help, I recommend that you ask to see the Chef de Cuisine Emre Gok who will suggest the best for you depending on your likes. You can totally rely on him and there is no doubt that you will surely be back for more. It ...
... that can enrich the guest's experience better.
BREAKFAST: It was sumptuous! Live cooking stations. Judging from the variety, quality, presentation, taste, the impeccable and professional service of the staff at the Flying Carpet and the ambience, I can tell that it was one of the best I had for years....if not the Very Best! Mouna, Mari and Jane were exceptional as well as Wael. Thank you guys for this extra touch of customer service. You are precious to ...
... was the most exciting part. To actually be sitting on top of that huge animal in the desert sands, with the Persian Gulf as a backdrop, in heat that is almost unbearable, is an experience I cannot even begin to explain. It was awesome! My group mate who I earlier said became my photographer, used my camera to take some pictures of my ride. Now, I told him to take lots because often when you ask someone to take some ...