- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... in the sky. On the Friday, the school had a special assembly to celebrate the start of Diwali. Several groups of students performed dances, a ventriloquist/entertainer performed, and flowers and sand drawings decorated the outside of the teachers' room. A hand puppet skit explained the story behind Diwali, a triumph of good over evil where Lord Rama slays the ten-headed monster Ravana, according to the Hindu epics. A fun way to send everyone off on the long holiday.