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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mind that they are busy and they may need reminding so stay close by. If they say no don't let it get to you. Either they don't understand, it's a difficult vein and prefer to do it themselves, difficult patient or sometimes the patient doesn't want you to do it. This goes for any procedure you want to try. If they say no don't be afraid to ask again. Be mindful some nurses don't like volunteers to help them but don't let it get to you just get to know who they are and just let it ...
... The nurses treated this patient without guidance from a doctor and did an absolutely amazing job of stabilising him. Shortly afterwards, a man who was in urgent care went into cardiac arrest and was taken straight to us. Freda, Alice and Myself assisted with compressions (CPR), while the nurses administered adrenaline and fluids. After 15 minutes, the patients pulse returned which was an amazing thing to see happen and you could see the patients color coming back from ...
... can also see the Vault containing the remains of Maximilian of Mexico, brother of Franz-Joseph and killed by the Mexicans during the Mexican Revolution. The newest vaults contain the remains of the last Hapsburg Emperor (Karl I), his wife (Empress Zita) and their sons.
On the day of our visit to the Imperial Vaults, it turned out to be our day of visiting the dead because we also visited the Weiner Zentralfriedhof (Viennese Central Cemetary), ...
... how much being a transition territory between west and east played a role in both their histories, outlooks and development over time. Much as I felt about Poland in 2005, Romania is a country rapidly changing, responding to the pull of westernization and commercialization as prescribed by the media. I imagine it won't be the same place to visit in a decade or so... And yet, so many things remain static and traditional. In the villages we saw as many horse and carts used ...
... Timisoara and my brief encounter of the central area reminded me of a Charles Dickens novel. The buildings were old and seemed to have stood since the medieval ages of men and many people still travelled via horse and cart. Around midday we boarded the first of two trains to Sighisoara. Every carriage was full and only one seat remained, so being a gentleman I allowed Anna to sit down and stood on my own for two hours in the corridor amongst the blistering Artic winds. On ...