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Sheraton Hotel, Kuwait City

17 October 2017


Phil Baldwin was having a birthday and wanted to go downtown to the Sheraton hotel which had a Persian Restaurant and an English Tea Room. So he took his ladies :) - me, Dana Nicholson and Heather Lorenz downtown. We arrived a bit early so took a lap around the neighborhood which had some interesting restaurants and what looked like the ghetto with the Marriott right behind it.
We took a look around the rest of the Sheraton hotel before our reservation for dinner at the Italian restaurant. The lobby is gorgeous and we found a bunch of ballrooms.
One was named after Dana.
And one had the hugest chandelier that I have ever seen.
Even the bathroom was amazing with built in foot massagers.
The Italian place was Ricardo's and felt like a five star place with white table clothes and light fixtures that looked like they were from Venice. The food was amazing, tasting just as good as it looked.
We got Phil a cheesecake for his birthday, not realized just how full we would be after the dinner.
Our next stop was to be the English Tea Room but we weren't counting on being so full so just had some tea.
The place was adorable with cute couches and even little covers for the tea pots.
It was all a great day until Phil contaminated everything by putting the leftovers from his cake on the contaminated container outside the hotel.

Posted by ErinDriver 06:06 Archived in Kuwait

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