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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... service. I realize now that each section prepares a list in the late afternoon of needed ingredients which are given to the Executive Chef, ordered via an online ordering system and are delivered fresh the next day. Similarly before going home in the evening, each section is thoroughly cleaned, including the refrigerated drawers which are in use all day and all the mis en place items ...
... is in Afrikaans, also the old coat of arms still appear at the top of the building. Not to mention, a bronze statue of the Springbok in front....how controversial! Wonder when this will be removed? We also popped in by Waterstones, (Exclusive books x10). They have a huge variety and a great kids area, we spent around an hour there, boys were reading and playing. I got stuck in Zelda La Grange's book, "Good Morning Mr Mandela" I read the end around ...
... Liverpool Street Station hence proving convenient for both business and leisure travel.The Montcalm At The Brewery London City offers luxurious suites and deluxe studios to stay. This hotel has six meeting and events rooms with state of art facilities perfect for any kind of function. There is a varied mix of restaurants and pubs within the hotel leaving guests spoilt for dining option. There is something to satisfy every taste bud and culinary ...
... rooms, two living rooms and Ros' studio. (There is small tile on the floor here which is loose and sounds like people are tap dancing on it.) The lower level is the kitchen and inning room. The first through fourth floors have combinations of bedrooms and bathrooms.
The next day (Wednesday) we took the bus and the tube back to the University for more orientation meetings and a bus tour of ...
... as my architectural tour of Sofia continued, Trav. At the Archaeological Museum some 15M early. Took a selfie with my camera for possible book use in front of the museum, the oldest extant Ottoman building in Sofia. Paid the entry fee  and was told photos fine but no flash, an equitable trade in a well lit area.
The museum contained a good variety of Greco-Roman pieces on the first floor. Most exhibits had an English translation and things were well laid out. ...