The Torch Doha
Travel Blogs from Doha
A stay by the Aspire Park gives me the opportunity to enjoy long walks and exercise.
I consider it the perfect location where like everyone else, I take advantage of the running tracks and the large open green spaces. This is where you will find me when I am here.
I am dedicating an entry of showing you the internal lake and …
... it hard to rate Qatar high overall.
Reluctantly, Qatar is being placed on the bottom of our standings but I anticipate that if we travel back in the near future then we will rate the country much higher thanks to all the changes that are just around the next corner. ...
... like my body is some early model American car that starts shaking at the sight of a hill. It's amazing how fine the line is between health and non-health. Lying in bed, the mere thought of going into the kitchen and making a cup of tea was Herculean, and yet, we do so much more when we are well. Makes me realize what a blessing it is to be healthy and strong and how grateful I am for it.
Anyway, more about our trip. I ...
... a great high school play, Little Shop of Horrors, which was fantastic. The lead female role could have done that role on a much bigger stage. One fun part was that the dentist character used my motorcycle in the play. He drove it through the audience each night. It caused quite a stir each night, especially with the kids. Coen is doing softball after school and trying ...
... with great fish and chips and even some traditional ‘Irish’ dishes sharing space with regular bar fodder on the menu. They keep it simple, hearty and founded in things that should be dunked in sauces, and that’s just fine with us. Be warned though: it can be hard to see your plate through the haze of smoke."
"You know you've crossed over into institution territory when most people shorten your name to just one word ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet