W Doha Hotel & Residences
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... a change. There were people everywhere, including lots of children with their parents. There did not look to be a lot of tourists. We looked at the falcons for sale, noticed the falcon hospital next to our hotel, Al Jasra, wandered through the narrow alleyways full of stalls of all descriptions, including several stalls selling small birds. We wandered through the gold souk and even bought a gold necklace chain for Ruth.
... allowed to leave the airport on an indirect ticket. Apparently to fly to Doha as a finally destination it would cost you double what it does to fly there en route to somewhere else. He also divulged that there are only 3 bars in the entire city, which you have to go through some sort of vigorous security check to get into.
Note to self: never move to Doha. ...
Another Yummy dish was the Goat’s Cheese Tart (red onion marmalade) Magic crunchy pastry against roasted caramelized onions and creamy cheese… What a marvel!
Of course I tried everything my husband had. The Penne Pasta, comes in a vibrant presentation, cooked al dente, with a fragrant mushroom rich creamy tomato and herb sauce. Worth a try!
The Panfried Sea Bream dish comes with ratatouille, potato rosti & chive peurre ...
... ideal for a relaxing evening over a glass of champagne or some wine.
POOL: Set amidst beautiful gardens, the pools are like an oasis with shaded lounge and private cabanas. The three level grotto pool is simply superb and a paradise for all ages. Pool attendants are ready to help and meet possible demands of guests. What really stands out that really make the difference in the garden though, are the 2 beautiful wind towers.
I write this some days after the event cos if you're going through Qatar I think it’s pretty handy to know what you’re getting yourself into. I’d just fallen out of a plane after an 11 ish hr flight from Perth – well rested from my usual cocktail to get my onto the plane (and not thrown off for freaking everyone out with some suspiciously hysterics) but still groggy and with 8.5 hours to kill. So some ...