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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... therefore paid dearly for it) and it was very pleasant until we noticed a couple of pesky mozzies flying around and I started to get a little itchy! Thankfully I came out fairly unscathed with only 2 bites, even though one turned into a big red mark bigger than my palm. We fled the scene of the crime by hopping on a ferry back to the mainland where we hiked it back up to our accommodation. We needed a decent rest after this ...
... hotel, we decided to check out the hotel today, then see downtown tomorrow.
We arrived at the church, to find it closed. It had closed about 15 minutes before we arrived. We were still able to see the outside of the church. It was like a miniature red square church, with the domes and all. It was kind of neat. We then made our way back to the hotel and got some sleep to prepare for tomorrow.
... always remember the great night we had. Another funny and memorable night was when we visited Paris's 600 shots bar. We could tell by the name already that it was going to be a lot of fun! Entering this small, dark bar was a list of 600 different types of shots. My knowledge of shots has now increasingly advanced to a lot more than just my usual shot of either vodka or tequila. The catch of the night was that you don't know what the shot involves when you pick a name ...
... territory. Craig asked all the high level qualification questions. Beth gently promoted her film's credibility without sounding desperate. Contact information was exchanged. And voilą! Beth and Craig were set to reconnect in London in a fortnight to further the conversation. Seems as though my life wouldn't have been all that different if I had taken the film route. Sure, film is sexy and much more fun to discuss than solid-state storage. However, at the end of the day, ...
... seen! Basically Gaudi designed it about 100 years ago and it's still not completed. It is a church and it has 4 faces telling different religious stories. The nativity facade (telling the Christmas story) was the only one to actually be completed in gaudi's lifetime. When complete it will also have 18 towers; 1 for each apostle, 4 for angels, one for Mary and one or Jesus. The detail on the outside of the building I phenomenal and to think he designed ...