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... it wasn't a suite that held magical or mystical powers or anything). The room was lovely and we both took the longest showers that we had taken in a couple of months and put on non-camping clothing and headed out to enjoy the city.
I have to add here that there was not one single leopard skin bath robe in this room, (see first blog for this reference), we were not sure whether to be happy about this or disappointed! ;-)
We met friends for ...
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