- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... result and started eating when I realised I had put very very hot chilli sauce alllll over my tacos, naturally because of my practice in Guatemala and general man strength I devoured the hot sauce covered tacos in a second. It took 1 second to eat the tacos but took 10 minutes to get over the excruciating heat in my mouth. I started sweating profusely which meant I was not only the only white guy in the station but I was sweating like an idiot with a red face. I wiped my ...
... burgers I’ve had. This one got 4 burgers out of 5 (hey nobody is perfect).
At the beginning of the second day we headed to the USS Midway. On the way we past a pirate ship, Dad would have been very happy to see it. The naval ship was very impressive and lots of things to see. We had some headphones from the 80’s to listen to some facts and figures as you went around the ship and looked at the different exhibits. One of the first things we saw ...
... Aimee had to stop at Kansas City BBQ where the bar scene from Top Gun was filmed and picture Tom Cruise singing You Lost that Loving Feeling in that exact spot! We walked around Old San Diego which is a State Historic Park and looked in the shops and toured La Casa de Estudillo and Seely Stable. In the early 1800's it was the social and political center of San Diego. The ...
... brzy ráno naskočili na bus do Palenque s přestupem ve Villa Hermosa. Čekal nás celý den cesty.
EN: Ve got to Veracruz, the port city on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico in the afternoon, so the first day we managed to walk only Melacom - a promenade around the harbor and coastline. On the journey from Pueblo to Veracruz we had the opportunity to see the highest mountain in Mexico, Pico de Orizaba 5636m, and overall, the route ...
... doze, so we headed back to the beach house for a relax. I'm hoping Rach and Robert's ears have recovered. I don't think we actually got the kids to sleep in the arvo, but we distracted them with a walk just down the street to Mission Beach, where the kids frolicked in the waves (yeah, I know frolicked is a totally kitschy word but there's really no better one to describe what they did), threw kelp, and got progressively more nude. A great time was had by ...