Sharq Village and Spa Hotel Operated by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, B.V.
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... was in a window seat so did play with the tinting :-) The kids were in seats on the other side of the plane and didn't work out what those buttons were for - that's 1 for the parent in the new technology stakes! The plane was half empty, so a bit disappointing that we were sitting in three different areas though. The kids had a spare seat next to them as did I.
This was also our first flight with Qatar. I have to say some things were impressive, but others were not. The safety ...
... man with good skills making coffee, tea or pouring water. Here they refer to them as "Tea boys" however I find this term demoralizing. I think I heard that by law every floor must have this service. So whenever I want coffee, tea or water someone goes and brings it to me. It has been hard to get use to this ...
... Doha International Airport I believe has only been opened this yr, so it was completely new and clean, which was nice. Was a nice place to be laid over for a few hours. Always helps when you have free wifi, so we could contact people back home. Random event for the day, just 2 rows behind our seats, was James Dooney. A guy that used to work at ETC. He is off to see his older brother in Berlin, who we are also going to visit when we are in ...
... went back to his apartment where I badly needed a sleep and so did Julian. The following afternoon saw us at a supermarket buying up big to stock up the kitchen with a few basics plus loads of fruit. In the evening we met up with another of his girlfriends and went to dinner in a very up market hotel, The Intercontinental, up to the 55th floor with amazing views over the city at night. The company and food was great. We didn't get home ...
... I flew with Qatar airways and it was remarkable. The planes were brand new with awesome inflight entertainment. I was prepared to sleep in the airport for my 14hr layover, but Qatar airways put me up in a hotel room overnight. Along the way, I met two Tanzanians who were on the way to Norway, apparently my rudimentary Swahili still amuses Tanzanians! I tried to prepare them for how expensive Norway is, but I'm not sure they understood. Walking into that hotel room in ...