- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... shape. Inside was impressive in terms of architecture and scale but the exhibitions themselves, of which there were only three, were totally modern and their beauty was definitely in the eye of the beholder. An hour and a half later we were back on the bus where comments were generally scathing. We continued onto France and Biarritz after a traffic jam lasting nearly an hour, and we set ...
Jacques and Marina went to breakfast without me this morning..... I wast just too full from last night, to even consider swallowing anything before lunch time. After enjoying yet another luxurious selection of yummies, Marina was back in the room, putting her robe one, so we could adjourn to the Guerlain spa, for yet another massage. Three straight days of massages, hmmmmmm. This has got to be one of the most wonderful spas. This time I remembered ...
Today we went to the beach All day and when the big waves came I called them storms. And I got bashed by a storm and grazed both of my knees. I got back up and went out again. I got bashed 20 times. I dug in the sand and made a pancake. We went to the market in the morning and there were HEAPS of dogs and heaps of motorbikes. We saw chickens for sale they were dead ...
... checked into to Refugio and found the bunks were situated in cubicles of two, sleeping four people. Mom and dad checked in before Al and I, and because they didn't know the arrangements we didn't "bunk" together. Instead Allen and I slept with two Australian men (he asked me not to say it like that...ha), and mom has nightmare stories (greatly exaggerated I'm sure) of the two men that shared their space - very noisy sleepers. Frankly I was surprised how ...
... br> After freshening up I decided that we must go and explore the shops. It's amazing what shopping can do to one's energy levels. There was one little problem, and that's that most of the shops here close over lunchtime, sort of from around 1pm to 3pm or thereabouts. It was a little after 2pm so we didn't have long to wait before we could go into some of them.
We had no idea where the supermarket was and when we were in the pharmacy I heard a ...