- Airport Transportation
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... to the airport, our last night in BA was a take away dinner - Claire had pizza and Dom had (you guessed it!) steak. You have to love a city where you can get a perfectly cooked 500g steak and chips for less than £8, washed down with a £3 bottle of delicious red wine (the food budget had gone out of the window ever since we arrived in Argentina) and we certainly felt a little smug returning to the hostel to eat our delicious food surrounded by our ...
... musical family, and always enjoyed music.
"I am a musician myself," he said. His voice had a huskiness I associated with age and a probably smoking habit. "I write jingles - for radio, advertisements, you know? My father did it too. My father wrote jingles for two presidents - he wrote a jingle for Nixon! Me, I wrote jingles for ten presidents!" His tone held a mixture of pride and glee at having outdone his father in one of the most bizarre competitions I'd ever heard.
... picked up and bagged and disposed of in “doggy poo “ bins,the handlers also take care of the grooming of the dogs during the day and by 6 pm they are returned to their masters. Most of the dogs are pure bred varieties like Labradors,Alsatians,spaniels,poodles etc and it seems all the handlers know each other and they sit and talk in the parks whilst the mutts are playing in the pen enclosures. It is a sight to behold when they are all on leash with one handler like ...
... available at our convenience. Even when I tried to be good and order a salad yesterday it was 90% mayonnaise 4% cucumber 4% ham and 2% potato. So I think it will need a bit more effort now to do some research and choose better places, and also to make my own fresh food / salads in the hostel. Oh I did try some street food which I know any of you boys would have gone crazy for - it was seriously probably bigger than a footlong subway with the biggest piece of meat and loads ...
... where we were to learn some tango steps. What fun! We had a lovely teacher and within a few minutes, we were dancing the very basic steps. Back into the theatre for our dinner and the beginning of the show. Of course, the dancers were brilliant, and because the theatre was so small, the dancers were interacting with the patrons during the course of the show. Tomorrow, we have new people joining the tour so we have no planned ...