The St. Regis Doha
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> We met and ate a quick lunch and headed up to the boarding gate where we were told there would be a short delay in boarding. I needed, or should I say wanted, some chocolate so we both went off in search and success...we found toblerone... Back to the boarding gate standing there in a daze when I heard my name called over the PA. I love it when foreigners say my maiden name...they pronounce it in two syllables and pronounce the 'i' as an 'ee' so ...
... the day. As it turned out, when I checked online as to what was needed, I found out that I was covered anyway. Just as well I didn't spend hours waiting to see the Doctor to be told I didn't need anything. As always, there is the issue of malarial prophylaxis. I do not take any. This is a matter that really raises tempers in the travelling community. Yes, I know the pros and cons inside out and the arguments have been ...
... a finger liking good choice!
TEA LOUNGE: Infinite varieties of tea from all over the world. We enjoyed our cup of nicely presented tea accompanied with our desserts. Open Hours: Saturday to Thursday 12:30-23:30, and Friday from 13:00-23:30. We had a jasmine and green tea and it was served with their own timer to help steep to perfection.
Two other recommendable desserts are the Khajoor samosa –Crisp ...
Needless to say the last entry was actually written in Doha.
While I was writing it, I sent Angela off to take a photo of the forbidden duty-free shops (ref last entry from Doha). She came scuttling back without the photo as she said that a security guard was watching her with some menace. Personally I think she showed lack of courage.
Short transfer time - not even time to look at said shops.
... like any other,the only thing of interest was seeing oil rig
after oil rig in the Persian Gulf, unbelievable number of them.
DOHA is just city smack bang in the desert.
Really just sand all around.
We wait for 8hrs here for the flight to India while trying not to drink too much of the $7US a cup ...