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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a tiny bit, and then jumped at the chance to see what looked like a very good show. I went and saw a show put together by eight people, and because the program was in dutch I didn't notice where they were from.
Until the end when i went to say hi to the sound guy and ask about music...they were my Circus Space crew!!!
And Luke from BJC was on the music!
I went and said hi to them all and then hung out with them for a ...
... t know a single word in Bulgarian, but I had never even learned the word for Bulgarian in Spanish, thinking I would never actually need to use this word in my lifetime.
I helped out the Bulgarians by taking their tickets with me to the large line of people waiting to see what flight we were all on. I got the bad news first when the lady told me I was randomly assigned for the 8:30pm flight, but then even worse, the woman told me that the Bulgarians were placed on the 5:00 ...
... sell our Kingscliff unit Coming across a dead body in a canal at Brugge. Nev and Leonie getting chest colds - requiring anti-biotic treatment and visits to doctors. The high cost of living in Norway Smoking in public places Over-zealous security checks at airports Responding to airplane disasters and sharing the trauma with other Aussies and Dutch friends Propensity of Europeans to use only duvets on beds even in the humid summer ...
... only leave her slightly injured if she would survive. However she is on our ship, so dumping her overboard in international waters was a better plan. Plus, it would be just one more thing for me to explain to God after dealing with the weather. As much as I hated to I let her live. After a quick shower, and dinner it was time for sailaway. Now the real entertainment began. Seems everyone in Rotterdam came out to watch us leave. The docks were full of people, and ...
... de Paris) and to try to move into a real sense of where I was, (a home of prayer). Does that make sense? I hope so. When I was ready to move on I joined the throng wending their way around the cathedral and recognised that the sale of votive candles is a VERY big business there. There are also two shops in the cathedral selling merchandise. I struggled with it, but nevertheless bought a book, in French, about St Benoit, for children. That could be a ...