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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... somewhere on the back of some Algerian man. At one point I spotted 4 men in a row wearing them but I was not bold enough to point my camera in their faces and take a pic. I took the walking tour provided by the book and ended up at the end of the casbah where I'd been the day before. The city is very rundown and dirty with lots of rubbish on the street but it's essentially charming. Id walked that way before though so I didn't fancy walking back the ...
... Hyun-ah impression that I'd been practicing with homeless people the night before (hence the late packing). The best thing about being in quasi-business is getting off the plane first so I skipped jauntily to immigration and sped through with my visa. In arrivals, I changed some money and got an Algerian sim. I always try and get a sim if I am staying in a country long enough. Firstly it lets you stay in contact with everyone at home ...
... so the bombastic Mr Caricature could have a look at it. He said I was probably tired of theatres by now. I said no and if so it would be an AFT...another ******* theatre. Not sure if that prompted a laugh or a nervous laugh.
After the site, we walked down to the local museum. There were a couple of nice mosaics and sarcophagi. The highlight was a little cat who very much appreciated some scratching from any number of sources.
We were off at 1550. Erwin ...
... mostly with the Trainspotter and Tony. It was a good meal and the atmosphere was good 2,000 AD. Several orders of creme caramel, the dessert of choice in the country, were also consumed.
Back to the hotel to find the bar with boozers Legal Eagle, Ms Wino and Haggus Baggus, the Trainspotter taking up space for awhile. Had fun with them giving my impersonation of Tobacco Man harrumphing around the room, worrying about this or that. Even Haggus Baggus was into ...
... B1. Used the facilities and decided a java was necessary 2.5 E. Over to the rather empty B1 area to do the diary. Ms Merkel, where is your free wifi? Stumbling around, I found a complimentary hour via the good people at Telekom. Had a chance to upload the uneventful day one of the trip to the blog and check out the news. Picked up a copy of the International New York Times.
On a walkabout, B1 had become B61. The boarding area was a clear ...