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Sheraton Hotel, Kuwait City

17 October 2017

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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.
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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.
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One was named after Dana.
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And one had the hugest chandelier that I have ever seen.
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Even the bathroom was amazing with built in foot massagers.
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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.
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We got Phil a cheesecake for his birthday, not realized just how full we would be after the dinner.
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Our next stop was to be the English Tea Room but we weren't counting on being so full so just had some tea.
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The place was adorable with cute couches and even little covers for the tea pots.
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It was all a great day until Phil contaminated everything by putting the leftovers from his cake on the contaminated container outside the hotel.
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Posted by ErinDriver 06:06 Archived in Kuwait

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