- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... new Boeing Dreamliner so will be interesting just how many Chinese citizens can be crammed into a plane! Just the car rental to organise now from Las Vegas to Seattle and we will be all good to go. Lunch was at the delicious bakery close to our hotel. A chicken and avocado sandwich with rye bread such a treat. Mette and Grier left about 4 pm for their flights back to Oslo and quite a few of the group will almost be home as ...
... weather here. By lunch time the mist burns off and the days have then been warm and pleasant.
At 2pm we were picked up for a tour of the historic city centre, especially St Francis monastery. The monastery library and Moorish tiles were a highlight - unfortunately no photos allowed. Under the church are catacombs with the bones of c.70,000 people - quite macabre; Susie made it through the whole catacombs, I was happy to leave early!
Then it ...
... level bumps up to FL140 for one section of the route between ILO and ESIRA so I used the oxygen for the first time on this trip in the that section. I once again flew over the Nazca Lines but it was hazy and I didn't bother to try to take any more photos. I did that last year, descended and circled to get some photos. There is also a communications gap on VHF so if you want clearance to get off your flight route to take ...
... haird ginger Isreali who was the back up manager, Renato the Perivian events coordinator who every morning greeted everyone with a hug and a kiss and everynight tried to find a new girl to kiss! Nicole who was very talended at drinking entire bottles of wine throught the night and we always had a good laugh, then others behind the bar. We all had breakfast together, lazed around chatting throughout the day and then drank and danced together all night! ...
... continually changing color schemes. One of the fountains forms a 35 meter tunnel to walk through. Another, the Children’s Fountain, is an interactive games of fountains where the goal is to stay dry, but timing is of the essence. The show that we had made a point to see is a laser and picture show projected onto the 120 meters of water jets all synchronized to music. The take away from this massive display of water, as I understand it, is the way in which one of ...