Global Towers Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlobal Towers Hotel Colombo
No shaving point (Room 307). No electrical points what so ever. What kind of a 3 star hotel has a CRT TV( if you remember what that is) with a twisted plug point inserted forcibly in to the socket.??? Food was pathetic, if not bad. Pointeless to even rate this hotel.
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... last makeover in the 70s. Sipping my beer in the midday heat, I did however get a sense of how alienated those earlier arrivals might have felt. After an afternoon of exploring the Fort and the Pettah, I met Dave and Lauren for a sunset stroll along Galle Face Green, an open grass space along the coast, right in the heart of the city. At this time of day, half the city seems to come for a walk here, to eat some food from the street vendours, have a bath in the ...
... hour movie is ‘North by North-West’.
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o Normie Rowe’s Get Together,
o King Neptune Ceremony,
o ‘Gallipoli Commanders’ Lecture (that I just watched).
How’s that for a list?
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Got no sleep last night, think this is due to the fact i need to wake up early to go to the airport. This time round I am gong to Colombo, Sri Lanka with Blaine. Should be fun as iv never been away with him apart from the afternoon trip to Bahrain which i dont really class as a holiday. This trip all came about when blaine said he was going to surf, something i really want to try too so i got involved and wee book. Reasons for picking sri lanka was his friends ...
... safety management systems in place for the inevitable day when the next tsunami arises, which will hopefully avoid loss of life. The other challenge, as mentioned in 'The Teardrop Island' by Cherry Briggs, is that following the disaster there was then a wave of funding to help the restore effort, dubbed 'the golden wave' by some locals. Having ethical and non-corrupt processes in place is a serious secondary challenge as aid needs to get to those who most need it, not ...
... basket of flowers! I will have to write them an awesome trip advisor review. The service in this hotel has been excellent! I will miss it as well as the fast wifi when we leave. After receiving my surprises, I was in the car on the way to the beach. We stopped at one beach where we saw the Indian Ocean and strong rolling waves but I wasn't that impressed by it though I always like the ocean breeze. What I really liked was the Turtle ...