W Doha Hotel & Residences
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... men wearing white". There were a few of them wandering around, so it was almost impossible.
We headed back to the airport to join the long immigration line. We had a quick meal, then went to a quiet room for a rest before our flight to Bangkok.
One surprise on the flight - even in economy, Qatar gave us a little amenities pack with socks, eyeshade, ear plugs, toothbrush and toothbrush. Nothing fancy, but a nice little touch. We also had real cutlery.
... on the way home. But hey, first world problems and all that. So on the second leg Peter was sooo annoyed with how much sleep Sharon managed (tee hee) fingers crossed it works. Landed 20 mins ahead of schedule, collected bags and jumped in a black cab home. Half expecting Snarf to greet us as the front door opened :'( holiday ...
... Middle East, this was my first real experience of the area and now I can understand why Rod has always spoken so highly of his time there.
We arrived in delightful Doha glad to find the new airport had opened and it wasn't long before we were in a taxi on our way into town. We lucked in with a fabulous taxi driver who gave us a commentary along the way. With the sun having set the city scape was brilliantly lit, a stunning show of colours danced ...
Today (Friday the 5th) we woke up at about 6:45 WITHOUT AN ALARM if you can believe it. We got dressed and went downstairs for a buffet style breakfast, which was really good. After a big breakfast we had to pack our bags because we had to move rooms but in the same hotel, so we packed and carried our bags into the basement. We walked down to the tube and after a bit of walking we arrived at Australia House the Australian embassy In London. It was amazing to ...
... But surely, I digress :) so back to my subject. Pei sought his inspiration for this building in other traditional "Qataresque" buildings, as well as looking to islamic art and most certainly drawing in modern elements of design, for which he is most famous. There was also a particular aim to show off the view, as the Museum looks across the bay to the main business section of the city, which is renowned for its many architectural structures. If you were an architect ...