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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... island that I had been meaning to try of a while. Too much anticipation I guess, because even though the waitresses and maître d' put up a nice show, the food and especially the timing were pretty off. Our food arrived approximately 23 seconds after the amuse (scallop, tuna and shrimp, but I guess you can't really complain as a vegetarian in a fish restaurant), while we were still sipping the aperitifs (martini-and-fresh-orange-juice) recommended by the waitress 5 minutes ...
... and rows of terrace houses from the soviet union days. It was a long walk back to the city centre (especially in the snow) Half an hour later I finally found my hostel. The lady in my hostel explained that I get a free beer for checking in and I get a free morning beer from 8-12. I quickly went up stairs to take shower before going back downstairs to get my free pint and meet some people. I got talking to three guys called Tom, Chris and Daniel. They were from Cambridge. ...
Lab vakar everyone!
This morning the buffet table was set differently to accommodate more guests. In fact, there are more tourists since yesterday; I've been hearing different languages and accents and there are more tour groups from early on. I could see the tourists stopping at the hotel and taking pictures of it while I was having my breakfast. The hotel building is an example of ...
... After everyone had eaten a good breakfast and savoured their drinks, we headed back to the University for a bit of rehearsal time. They gave us a school room to practice in for our Youth Choir Mixed category. We were given a half hour for practice, but we decided to stay a bit longer to work on a couple bits before being let out for lunch. We didn't walk too far back to ...
... 87 steps to the fourth floor lugging three suitcases, two back packs and various bags of groceries!
How did we ever end up with so much? Well, again, as seems to be the case on every trip, Darlene bought a third (large) suitcase on the road. At first, her full backpack fits into the new suitcase. But within a short time, the backpack goes back on ...