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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... climbed to the top up 180 odd steps. He returned with jelly legs and Sophie felt all the better for having stayed behind! The story of the column gave us an unexpected link to home - it was built by the Astor family, one of whom moved the England, bought and renovated Hever Castle, in Kent - very near to where we live and a favourite place of Sophie's because of its history around Henry VIII's ...
... A book that he wrote. His name is Lo Nathamundi. He is exteremely involved in the community yoga movement and was a super enjoyable individual to talk to. He did realize that there was only room enough for one bearded guy with a briefcase and left. Or maybe it was because it was 10pm... As I was signing up for my 5$ hatha class at The Movement Center for the next day, I overheard to caffeinated girls rambling about beta-blockers and ask ...
... see ahead of us on the road. Later, we saw blue sky off the coast which eventually worked its way inland and we got a reprieve from the mist and the rain for a while.
We drove through town after town, and the further north we drove, the more touristy they became. We saw houses on the hillsides overlooking the ocean, and hotels with waterfront properties. And the houses were sided with cedar, some stained gray and others allowed ...
... India; and musical themes or Ragamalas, expressed in paintings which are true to the mystical nature of Indians, such as women weaving and preparing food, men and women dueling with wooden sabers, wrestlers and acrobats performing, all of whom were rendered in celebratory fashion—hard to imagine ...
... and cultural history of the lake. For those who haven’t been here, it is a huge volcanic caldera, essentially a small and craggy mountain range completely encircling a very clear and blue lake. There is no break in the rim, so the lake does not fill or drain anywhere other than from precipitation and evaporation, hence its purity.
Our next stop along the rim road was the phantom ship overlook. You will see in the photo that it is a craggy little island in ...