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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as the exhibitions.You need a good couple of days to get through this lot and the General Staff building opposite. In the General Staff building, there's currently a collection of artwork by Monet, Picasso, Matisse and Van Gogh. Also, these museums aren't like the ones in England, where you're about 10 feet away from everything and it's all kept behind bullet proof glass and a SWAT team, with big ropes around them all. You could ...
... Tom. I think that me and Jess would be fine in Europe traveling alone, but alumni have said that if you have the option to travel with guys then you should because it’s just a little safer and more comfortable (they’re also both hilarious). We’re traveling from Gdansk (Poland) to Warsaw (Poland) then Berlin where we’re meeting up with a bunch of other SAS kids at a hostel before getting to Rostock (Germany) to catch up with the ...
Today was very moving for me. Without going into details I spent the early hours of the morning in the bathroom! As a result my long anticipated Finnish breakfast resulted in great gloom. The buffet breakfast was great and had every Nordic delicacy plus more. For me however it was a slice of toast. An older waitress on hearing of my malady brought me a slightly fizzy fruit drink that Finns would drink to settle their stomachs. She was very kind and spoke of her 89 year old ...
... rooms in each building. I never knew when we left one building for another. We just followed. We were shown the pieces deemed important. The guide is extremely knowledgable, but so much goes in it is hard to recall details. If we stopped to admire something not on the agenda we told it was not famous.There were Rembrandts and a Michelangelo. They were very small works, but lines formed to see each one. We moved about with other groups and individuals. There was little ...
... also the deepest metro line we have ever been on so the ride down on the escalator took forever. After successfully navigating ourselves to the ride suburban train line we were lining up for more tickets... this is when the fun began. We could articulate which station we wanted to go to but then had no idea which platform to take because everything was written in Russian letters so knowing the name was no good to us. After asking several people for assistance (saying ...