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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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The last few days have been great we have officially started the " Wallace Family Holiday / Adventure" we sort of enjoyed the plane flights the first one was great for me ( Audrey ) I had great dinner then slept for longer then everyone else ( The flight was 15 hours ) . We were moved from economy to basinet , economy row so we had more leg room which was great and we had a touch screen TV which didn't have that many movies but some ...
... off only to have our plans for a Thames River ferry ride to London thwarted. Once we actually got to the British Museum it was amazing and of course the 3 hours we spent didn't do it justice at all. . We totally skipped America, Africa (not egypt) and Asia!
Running out of time we took the tube home at some ridiculous cost to west Brompton station and walked back from there,.
it was a really quick change before we meet Eric (relo) for ...
... it made their night! A shoutout to the American couple who chose Talisker over Oban.
I took the order of food for three lovely ladies in the corner upstairs, and it was just the usual. Take order, give order, clear order. Then I went on break and came back to my colleague handing me a card. "She says if you are ever in America to contact her and you will have somewhere to stay". Now that, is awesome. A ...
the better part of a block, painted white with black fences, like several other
buildings nearby. It looks as if the area is undergoing some gentrification and
the hotel itself is being refurbished. It is definitely a cut above other
accommodation we have had in London
though not quite so conveniently located.
... out now. Considering the weather and all the delays, we were super lucky to make all of our connecting flights!!! Some students complained of being unable to go shopping or grab something to eat quick, but we reminded them that making the connections was vital and our number 1 priority. Our biggest worry of the trip is over and now everyone (mainly Frau and the chaperons) can relax as we turn over control to Silke, our tour guide, for the remainder of the trip. We arrived in Vienna on ...