Sternen Oerlikon Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... pigging out on the buffet of breads, rolls, croissants, cheeses, fruit salad. I made eye contact with a youngish looking man who was thin and tall and sitting near the front and eating breakfast. He smiled at me and I immediately smiled back. Customary yes? But over the course of breakfast he kept smiling at me so I kept smiling back. He seemed to be really friendly and smiley, and there's nothing wrong with that. I decided that new me should say hi and talk to as many ...
... an outright claim to your home, the insurance company will think that you will not damage it.
Even if you don't live in a flood plain, you may need flood insurance. Roughly 25% of federal disaster claims due to floods originate in areas not designated as flood risks. Flood insurance may be available at a discount rate if you do not live in a high-risk area.
You'll have lower premiums if you don't have a mortgage. That can help cut your ...
... market there is nice. We finally got on our are over night train to Zagreb! We were exhausted, no sleep or showers and little food wasn't the best. We were so happy when we found out we had beds on the train! It was surreal though, 3 story high bunk bed, that we shared with a French family! No complaints from us though, a beds a ...
... feet away from the in-state corpses of the Great Leader and Dear Leader among sobbing soldiers.
Argument 4: You’re dealing with robots.
The give: As all guides are graduates from a state-run tourism university and workers for the state-owned Korea International Travel Company (KITC), they are well-instructed in what they can and cannot say, and their nationalistic spiels are clearly scripted.
The take: Guides won’t be shy to share ...
... only admitted women as members in 1980. For years debate over women members was quite acrimonious. For example, in the club magazine Alpine in 1907 one contributor wrote:
" Women are intrinsically less equipped than men to deal with the strain and overexertion that is inevitable when touring at high altitude. Nay, it invariably horrifies my aesthetic sensibilities to encounter these perspiring knapsack-laden, red faced, knicker-bocker - wearing, ice axe- ...