Hotel le Corbusier
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... decided to settle for something else Cus everyone is tired of walking and hungry. They chose a kebab place (which I don't eat), and I was pretty reluctant to just settle for food at a rather unpleasant looking place after walking for so long. While we were finding the recommended restaurant, we walked past a Chinese restaurant, which interest me, so I dragged Vivian along to accompany me to check the restaurant out. I had huge cravings for Asian food by then. So hungry!!! ...
... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...
... been, that contained yoghurt.
We quickly bought some snacks and left. The mega-giant-super-supermarket was too much temptation for our greedy eyes and full wallets.
A nearby McDonalds provided is with 'coffee' before we rushed back to the ship - making it with only moments to spare before the gangway was pulled up.
That night after dinner we fell into our bed exhausted. We couldn't figure out why because we had done absolutely nothing all ...
... you feel like you're eating at a family member's home.
They walked from their apartment to the restaurant on the opposite side of the lane and had a delicious home cooked meal with a local red wine. When Battery Boy ordered the Camembert entree the waitress advised that the serve was large enough for two. Video Girl looked at the waitress and said, "You obviously don't know us." That said they did actually share ...
... Sowmya and I were forced to stop halfway up, out of fear that we'll slip on our way back in the dark. Zee went on and took some panoramic shots (though he still missed the sunset). While Zee was out of sight, Sowmya and I waited on the limestone rocks halfway up, and tried to capture the beauty of the scene with our cameras, to no avail. The pictures did no justice. Absolutely not. As Zee tried to describe what he saw from the top, I promised myself I would come back ...