Hotel Eden Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... headed to the restaurant for breakfast. Further walking (lost again) then attended a talk by a social historian about the royal family and their various indiscretions over the centuries. Sue was in her element! Had an entertaining lunch with some very interesting guests. Mainly golf stories from some chap called Roy, supported by raised ...
... and UB (unknown), without need for embarrassment. (Based on his own notation, he seems to have actually "read" hardly any books at all).
I would add something, though. Surely you could save yourself much time by merely skimming a few chapters of, say, Pickwick Papers -- but you would also forgo most of the pleasure.
But the case studies Bayard adduces in his brief chapters are charming and illuminating. They include Musil, ...
... to see such an ugly show, with sensuality and
disgusting moves and themes. After 15 minutes of suffering we disturbed the
cheering crowd by taking our leave. These Europeans love that kind of stuff and
got all crazy with the dancers’ sensual movements and message of sexuality, but
we were embarrassed and couldn’t bear it.
There are no real good movies (unless you are ready to pay a
lot of money), so our entertainment is very limited.
... he relented and as we approached we could see they were mannequins. What we enjoy most about traveling to unusual places is just roaming the streets and markets to see the people in their everyday activities. We had that opportunity in Tlemcen. Several of our friends expressed concern for our safety while traveling in this part of the world. You will be happy to hear that we have been accompanied by security people provided by the Algerian government. In ...
... panoramic views overlooking the port and the Mediterranean. We left Oran later than expected to go Tlemcen for our overnight in the new and magnificent Renaissance hotel. We arrived at 9PM had a buffet dinner with an enormous selection of salads, meats, vegetables and even made-to-order individual pizzas. Algeria may be a third world country but this hotel is first ...