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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... standing at the tram stop in a largely immigrant neighbourhood. To say I looked out of place would be an understatement, and I felt like I was being stared at until I got to the residence. I wondered how I'd get in. Would I be asked to show ID? Would I have to buzz? What was going to happen? More importantly, was this like Downton Abbey, were there's a front door and a door round the back for the rest of us plebs?
It turns out, ...
... was made all the more entertaining by the various looks of surprise on the restauranteur’s face (and eyebrows). We ended up getting several appetizers to share, and then ordered two main courses, which we also shared. Ari schooled us in the fine art of ouzo drinking, after which we all spontaneously wanted to yell “OPA!” Part-way through the meal, we needed to ask the waitress a question, but Ari’s Greek fell on deaf ears. She ...
... soak up atmosphere then left to find some food. Didnt know where or what to eat so ended up with belgium macdonalds.Hotel is nice very close to station hope tomorrow to find the nice part of town to look around and hope over night they might have cleared the rubbish. Think we have been spoilt with all nice places we've been to.So far our travel has been so easy. Will take bus tour tomorrow to get better idea. The Travell Brussberries .com ...
... when I realise that it’s a map machine. You put your 50 euro cents into
it and out pops a map. Please be working! I think and sure enough I hear a
“whirr” and a map drops into my hand. Beaming I stare at it and think that
there is no possible way that this country could make things any more efficient
for travellers. The main reason I’d become lost in Israel and Jordan is because
I didn’t have a map so feeling ridiculously overconfident I ...
... several dutch tourists asked me questions along the way. Hmmmmm perhaps I could start a new career as a train conductor!
I am sitting in my hotel room typing this up and I would love a nice cuppa tea! Missing the family but will be moving on tomorrow to catch up with Sue. The train arrived on schedule at 12.42 on the dot as they do in this part of the world. A taxi was the easy option to get to the hotel but being me, I decided I needed the ...