- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... We set off to the hostel and just in the nick of time as the pain killers have stopped working their magic and Briony’s back starts flaring up again. A nice early night for us. Well we had hoped so.
During the night we had what seemed like a freight train coming through the dorm room for hours at a time. I was asleep due to staying up all day but Briony heard the whole lot. She spent the night plotting the death of the snoring in the two beds ...
... late night arrival, what else would we do? We grabbed a night cap beer and hit the sleeping bag.
The next day we hit the town full blast! We grabbed the trams (Illegally free) to town and hopped off at a guess of what was the center. A few corners later and the sight was jaw dropping. The structures and entertainment here topped every city we have been to yet if you ask me. It was neck and neck with Amsterdam. Nothing has and I doubt will be quite ...
... Ready for their arrival, we had some "stiff drinks" at the ready (as requested by a very frustrated Elle!) and were so happy to see Marc and Elle walk in the door of the apartment. They were in good spirits despite being fairly exasperated after their 10 hour wait at Venice airport!! We caught up over a few drinks, exchanging travel stories - woes and highlights; then we walked into the Old Town Square for dinner. We ended up eating around midnight in true European ...
... it was HORRIBLE. We finished off with a bottle of C******nay as well which was divine.
Then we headed to another bar that had a really good atmosphere, cocktails were cheap as chips!I had a strawberry daiquiri for myself and one for the birthday girl! Only 3 Euros for one! Very cheap!
They were playing good music in the dark sectioned area but a shame we didn't really dance because they had pole dancers there which we really didn't expect. So half of us kicked on ...
... brought in a lot of money for the city. So I order for the city to make sure the guy doesn't build another one in another city, they captured him and burned his eyes out. Then for his revenge, he had his servant take him to the clock, lead him inside, and he jumped into all the gears do the clock. He did kill himself, but he also stopped the clock. Since he was the only one who knew how it worked it took them over 80 years to get ...