Paramount Gallery Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Check in tehtud helsingi Vantaa lennujaamas, kõik laabus ilusti, uudne asi minu jaoks oli see, et seda tuli teha ilma assisteerimata, elektrooniliselt, kus tundus, et midagi võib nihu minna, äkki prindib pileti valesti või saadab kohvrid kusagile mujale.
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Üritasime siis päevaplaani kokku panna. See enamvähem paigas viskasime seljakoti selga ja seadsime oma sammud linnapeale. Algselt oli plaan minna jalgsi People's avenuele …
... not, but I had checked how long it would take us and I didn't believe that we couldn't make it. The Maglev goes as fast at 301 km/hr and would take us exactly 8 minutes to get to Longyang station. From there, we were to buy a subway ticket to East Nanjing and get off there. That was times at 13 minutes. Sarah and I decided to do it. And we are so glad we did. The Maglev high speed train was empty when we got on and it took the exact 8 minutes we thought it would ...
... where we were supposed to find the famous Chinese markets selling cheap fake goods. This time we weren't disappointed. Gonzalo did his best and bargained with many Chinese vendors in order to get the most convenient prices for us. Especially my dad made my mum extremely happy because he agreed to buy some new clothes (mainly pants and shirts). Even if I didn't expect it I managed to capture a few solid pieces as well (e.g. winter coat D&G, hoodie Abercrombie & Fitch, ...
... usually on upper floors rather than street front. It was a huge Dining Room and we were the only westerners in there. Tells alot of a restaurants reputation when it is totally full. We ordered the duck and David seemed reluctant to try it. The skin was sliced and laid on the plate along with nice pieces of the duck meat. You sweep the duck meat and skin in plum sauce, lay scallions and cucumbers thinly sliced on top and roll it up like ...