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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... for a second, then she held up a pack of parliament cigarettes. Nope. Not that parliament, but thank you. So we headed back into the hotel to ask the front desk...which direction, how much does a bus pass cost, do we buy the ticket on the bus or from a machine? It costs 150 dinars, we were heading east, you buy tickets on the bus. Got it. Back out to the bus stop for us. The bus was packed solid full. 2 children offered us their seat. An elderly gentleman offered to ...
... burning by each of the large painted icons hung around the walls. The roads around this area consist of a strip of Tarmac up the middle with a piece of dirt track at each side that you move over onto if something is coming the other way. Both the roads and dirt tracks can be riddled with potholes. Back at camp we put the awning back up and hang the still wet washing back out. After tea, we decide to watch some ...
... We filled up on as many Nutella pancakes as we could manage, and then some more as the hostel staff piled more onto our plates! As we'd had such little sleep the night before we were planning a chilled evening but as we got chatting to some fellow travellers, they mentioned they were headed to a Partyboat that night and did we want to join? It's safe to say the early night went out the window! We had a couple of beers and then made our way to the Partyboat. It was fairly ...
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