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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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Bananas on the breakfast buffet...you ripper...The only show up occasionally and when they do they are gone rapido ! This morning the bell hop was a tad slow bringing the bags down to the bus so I loaded the elevator with all the bags from my floor ..about 7.. So as I was going down in one elevator , he was going up in another !! Anyway he had a mad panic about losing bags..Note to self..let the man do his job... So getting on the bus today and people were ...
... amazing views of the city. Thankfully our little group didn’t do that (I don’t do stairs. Did I already mention that?).
As it turned out we didn’t miss anything as our next stop was the viewing platform that has panoramic views over the old town and the harbour - all without any stairs at all. After this we passed through the walls that separate the upper and lower towns to The Danish King’s Gardens. The Danes invaded ...
... br> Tuleb pääseda üle Angerja oja, kuhu on langetatud kaks puud, teine sobivalt rinnakõrgusel, kust kinni hoida. Purdeni pääsemise eel on nõgesed, sääsed ja võimalus ojja kukkuda. Keset manöövrit näen, et kümme meetrit edasi on korralik sild. Häh.
Väljun metsast Tuhala sildi juures. Tuhala bussipeatust ei kasutata kemmerguna, see-eest saab sealt teada, et Harri ja Nils on peded.
Viimasel metsalõigul enne maanteed vaatab päike pilvede ...
... very top of the auditorium there was a bench playing recordings of choirs singing. To add to our entertainment as we ate lunch, there were people bungee jumping from the very top of stage canopy - scary! We walked back through the park and then spent the afternoon in the City Museum. This evening we ate at Lido, a Latvian chain we were introduced to by our Riga hosts. It is cafeteria style, so you can choose from a huge range of dishes, with ...
... the apartment was actually several blocks away. The receptionist, a blunt, unfriendly woman who seemed like she was having a bad day, said it was only a seven-minute walk. Seven minutes, my eye! Before we left, she gave us a copy of the receipt. Oh oh. Apparently there'd been a mix up and they had only booked us in for one night instead of two. To make matters worse, they had no vacancies tomorrow ...