How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... in a little cluster in the middle, then surrounded them with shortbread, chocolate rolls, and vanilla and chocolate Viennese biscuits.
The lunch meeting went well and everyone liked the food. Emma and I took turns covering the office and attending the meeting. Larry texted me a little bit to see how things were going, so that was a nice surprise.
After the meeting things got really quiet. The students were in their minors, ...
... than other seats for the same reason. So the view was still ok. The play was really good. The RSC is so inventive with their productions, and I love it. They had a black Iago, which added a new dynamic to the whole relationship between Othello and Iago. The guy playing Iago was really good. Also Desdemona and Emilia were really good, particularly at the end. Their scenes before Desdemona is killed were beautifully staged, and Emilia came out like ...
... around $70000AUD per year - before heading to our guest house for the night. We relaxed watching a bit of the Open before wandering into town for a lovely meal on the river. Full and tired we headed back to our guest house and grabbed an early night ahead of a full day of exploring the English countryside and making our move into ...
... all of our course equipment moved out of the Program Office and into the classrooms. We had a few hiccups with laptops, because we couldn't get the locks to work on them so we couldn't leave them in the rooms, but at least we have everything ready to go for the teachers. The Corpus PAs and Jim the Dean came over to help us with that, and I'm so glad because there is no way we would have finished without them.
Around 6PM Larry released the Corpus people, ...
... this cold. I am not sick, just so much mucous forming, yuk. At this stage the rain really started to pelt down and we decided to moor at Hambledon. It was raining very hard so we decided to remain on they boat. We had a lovely evening playing rummy and ate left over Scottish salmon with salad and tinned Mexican bean soup afterwards. Monday: 21st April We woke up early to a beautiful ...