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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... not once did I worry about what might happen to me. Maybe it was the naivety, but I would like to think it was the place. Arusha was beautiful and it had a bit of everything. It had the poor, it had the rich. It had the dirt, it had the green. It had donkeys and cows and goats roaming the streets. There was love, family, acceptance and patience. Complete strangers would help the little ones, men would give up their seat for the elderly. There was tradition and customs. It was ...
Thursday morning we caught the Doha bus again, intending to get off at the shopping centre in the city for a while then complete the journey back to the souk and our hotel. However it was explained to us, very politely but firmly, that we had already had more than what the company intended and we had the choice of getting off the bus and making our own way back from the city or staying on the bus and ...
... TV and a mini fridge, while the Nespresso coffee machine adds to the quality of room service. Most hotels provide coffee/tea facilities with just an electric teapot.
An iron/iron board was missing ...
... night and let free the next morning when people from the hotel went to the police station.
I guess, these rules are too strict and have been set by elderly locals. I don't know how to explain this as you are never sure what to expect.
The best thing to do is to take precautions to avoid unpleasant surprises!
My photos show though how locals can show up in 5* hotels and nobody can tell them nothing about the way they should sit or behave.
... apologize for not being able to upload them.
Our next stop was at a camp on the Saudi Arabian border where we waded in the Inland Seas...a portion of the Persian Gulf. The water was like bath water...warm, warm, warm, but very refreshing since the temperature in the desert at this time was 55 C, 127 F. I walked barefoot in the seat sand...Hot, Hot, Hot! My sandals went back on pretty quick! AND finally I got my camel ...