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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... third dimension of depth, and now it would seem that our fourth ball can stand apart from the other three, take an objective view of their behavior, and act as the referee. Yet, when we have added the fourth, which one is it? Any one of them can be in the third dimension with respect to the other three. This might be called a “first lesson in relativity,” for the principle remains the same no matter how many balls are added ...
Had a lazy morning and felt like getting another cold - been building up for a while but I think being near to yas brought it out as she had one. Booked horse riding for this afternoon at 4.30, lenja coming also. Also booked high mountains tour for Saturday, not sure of Mariane be too pleased as meant to be doing wine tour with them. Booked all these tours as thought has **** loads of money left but today and next few days tried to tally what I'd spent and ...
... Further on we called in at Salentein, a grand modern winery/restaurant/art gallery that reminded us of the big wine players in our own Margaret River region in WA's South West
A note about the wines of Argentina. The regional specialty is Malbec, a full bodied red wine bearing some similarity to a Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend. A big wine and very popular in the region - Probably Argentina's hallmark varietal. Another ...
... a Tylenol. With every bite and every glance at the guts on my plate, I felt ill. I was not going to be a gagger, I just wasn't. I eventually succeeded in downing an entire half rope of ripe tripe. The minute I reached the point of polite fullness, I pushed the intestines as far away as humanly possible and stared at the dog, who had curled closer to my feet as if sensing my own intestinal distress. The guts troubled my guts for the rest of the day. I felt pukey ...
Nigel: Our arrival into Mendoza was a disaster! We had happily been relaxing on the bus for 8 hours and it was only when we were almost there that we realised that neither of us had written down any details of the hostel we were staying at so we only had a vague idea where it was. I thought I knew the name and Alison knew roughly what direction it was in but that was a good as it got. Normally we probably wouldn't have been quite ...