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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... ships were in meaning the town was very busy. We finally wandered into the Town Hall Square which we didn't see last night and it is very Germanic looking. We saw all the churches, got to the Viri gates where all the flower stands are situated -- the smell was wonderful and all the beautiful colours. There are lots of stalls all over the town selling different crafts -- namely slippers, gloves and mitts and slippers, and scarves as wool is ...
... into the ladies..it was really funny as he didn't bat an eyelid.. I took over for him and helped her, then waited to help her out, which all us ladies have been doing..He is just amazing and so is she. It's been a real lesson for us all, as initially I thought ..what a waste of money taking a blind person on holidays..but she has a phenomenal memory and sense of smell and she remembers exactly who you are and I can't even remember her name ! When the bus returned to the hotel ...
... to see the diversity of origin of goods ranging from Iran, Turkey, Uzbekistan, India, and other far off places.
We decided to get some breakfast and had language problems. At one place I had wanted to get the small pancakes and fish cakes. She asked if I wanted them ...
... br> 4. Everyone has the right to make mistakes.
5. Everyone has the right to be unique.
6. Everyone has the right to love.
7. Everyone has the right not to be loved, but not necessarily.
8. Everyone has the right to be undistinguished and unknown.
9. Everyone has the right to idle.
10. Everyone has the right to love and take care of the cat.
11. Everyone has the right to look after the dog until one of them dies.
12. A dog has the right ...
Labas vakaras (LAH-bahs- VAH-kah-rahs) Good evening from Vilnius!
In Tallinn, the front desk was nice enough to ask me my flight's departure time and insisted that I need not be at the airport 2 hours in advance since it's a small airport. She suggested that the taxi pick me up at 1pm and offered me my room until 12:30pm. That worked well for me, just lay down and relaxed.
On my ...