Eternity Boutique Hotel
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... room is the biggest diamond (86 carats), purportedly swapped for 3 spoons when found in a pile of rubbish in the 1100’s. The weapon room was keenly viewed by Andrew; the workmanship of the armoury (bows and arrows, rifles, pistols, mace, daggers, swords) and the associated items such as diamond/pearl encrusted chain mail (oh yes!) is extraordinary. Again words cannot do the Palace justice; the photos capture only some of it and the light that is within the rooms.
... fell asleep on a lobby overstuffed chair as I was busy checking in. The desk staff suggested I let her sleep there for awhile while we waited for Gerry & Sue who were due to arrive about 1 hour later. They got here on time also and we adjourned to the 14th floor cocktail lounge and restaurant here at the hotel (Conrad Hilton) for a welcoming toast and "mezes"- small ...
We woke up this morning and got ready to meet up with Keith and Lindsay again, then met them out the front of our hostel. Darren was still getting ready, so I took them next door to Palatium, where I took them downstairs to check out the ruins before we went inside and got a couch where Darren joined us. The boys had already eaten, so Darren and I shared a veggie pide, and we all got some drinks. (Mmmm, Apple tea...) When we were done, we walked down to the tram, which ...
... that was spicy and had a little bit of garlic in it. We also had pickled peppers (ha) and the best grape leaves with spicy rice inside that I have ever had (ok I've had grape leaves twice in my life but they were amazing I promise). We then had these fried sticks with some sweet meat in the inside dipped in a sweet sauce, followed by a quiche with something like prosciutto in it. Then some halumi cheese wrapped in grape leaves. Are you full yet? Then for the main course ...
... it went alright. Jean-Michel was listening and he said it sounded good. He said my French was fine. He even went so far as to say that my French was better than his English. Not true. But a nice compliment. I found his accent hard to understand. And sometimes Canadians use different vocabulary to the French French. Oh well. After the interview I decided I wanted to give myself a break and I went to a Turkish massage and spa centre. However, it was probably one of the more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet