Hollywood Media Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... of Impressionism - Expressionism at the national gallery was just amazing and very comprehensive collection from around the world.
Off for Italian food tonight. A little rain at the moment--XO Tricia
P.S. Tomorrow we leave for Dresden and the girls will join us, traveling in Suzanne's car.
... said, I saw a cop and a protester shooting the **** before a protest rally started, and the young people have such a charisma and vibe it's easy to see how the hot factor can outweigh the crazy factor and me and this city might need to re-hook up :p. We stayed 2.5 days and it wasn't enough! There is too much to see and do. It is hard to believe that Germany is so young of a country, younger than the ...
... of business”, and actually shrugged (as well as one could shrug while holding a spraying penis...) and just carried on as if this was the normal thing to do....in front of all these people, in public. I couldn't bear it....but obviously he could!!
They love their baguettes. They buy them in groups of 2 - 6. They cannot NOT start eating them before they have left the bakery or grocery store or gas station or shoe store they have ...
... experience of a wide range of operas by Mozart, Weber, Rossini, Lortzing, Verdi, Wagner and Smetana. Rusalka was the ninth opera he composed. For many years unfamiliarity with Dvořák’s operas outside Czechoslovakia helped reinforce a perception that composition of operas was a marginal activity, and that despite the beauty of its melodies and orchestral timbres Rusalka was not a central part of his output or of international lyric theatre. In recent years it has ...
... from the Indians. They weren't sure how to use it so they sprinkled it on their sausages. Delish! By this stage it was getting fairly late in the arvo and didnt want a massive meal before getting on the turps. We went somewhere local near our train station. All we wanted was to get cozied up in a German pub. Not to be, we found a nice Mexican restaurant instead, Fajitas it was! You Beauts! It was run by Indians, but they seemed to do a fantastic job- I shouldn't judge ...