Hotel 81 - Opera
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- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... tornado machine, to feel how it feels to be in the middle of the tornado. I think this thing costs like $4 to try at the Seaway Mall in Welland, doesn't it? Haha. It was free for me, suckers!
Upon inspection of the schedule and facility map, I found there was a show at 3 p.m. entitled FIRE TORNADO. That's all it said. When one reads such a thing, one cannot miss this chance to see it. So, I saw it and it was majestic.
... crab. I also found a bar which served wine (proper wine) on happy hour so we spent a few hours/days in there! Honestly we had so much fun, I think part of it was that we felt like we had returned to civilisation. No dodgy toilets, safe food and people wearing clothes which didn't make them look like a try hard hippy.
Then there were the malls, oh the malls!! I was barely out of the airport before purchasing a Marc Jacobs bag (thanks Dad!). Just wondering in and ...
It has taken a while but finally the sun came out today, up until now it has been warm and luckily not really raining but it has been overcast. Headed out solo in a taxi (one of the few things that is reasonably priced here) to meet Bruno for an early lunch in a place called Din Tai Fung so that we could enjoy the 'famous' pork dumplings, very tasty indeed! We also had some other delicious morsels including some pork and prawn wonton and duck pancakes - yummy :) ...
... surreal when a problem with my breakfast arose. We both ordered Eggs Benedict and I requested firm egg yolks for Hazel and runny for mine. They both came firm so I left one of mine. The waiter realised the error and within three minutes we were visited by Philipp Gantner, who's card identified him as the Assistant Director of Food and Beverages, who was beside himself and asked if he could do anything to make up for the error. We assured him it was no big deal and ...
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It is a good job that AG is in the driving seat and that he is furthest away from the booth. Only SG can hear what he is saying. Something along the words that it is high time the UK government thought up some equally ingenious ways of charging foreigners for the use of our British roads. Way back at the time ...