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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... understanding the question. Doctors, dentists and a host of other professionals who have influence and enough money to invest in their "new" businesses, he'd explained, making quotation marks with his fingers to emphasize the word "new". These individuals can make far more money serving wealthy foreigners than they can working at their professions. So let's just use the doctor as an example. In many cases, the government has spent time ...
... nor I had never actually seen one before which was a source of much excitement for both of us.
As we ambled on, we came across a quaint little bridge and as we peered over, Mattijs spotted some strange crustacean type thing lurking on the riverbed. After drawing it to our attention, he then proceeded to grab two sticks and used them like chopsticks to pull the thing out of the water much to the delight and terror of the girls. ...
... t open until June 1st anyway.
So we made our way to the next bridge - The Oresund bridge which links Denmark and Sweden. This begins as a tunnel to avoid planes taking off/landing at Copenhagen Airport, and allows big ships to pass easily. This ends at an island, then there is an ordinary bridge and then ...
... still fun. We had a free day for everyone to hit the slopes in the excellent conditions (the sun even came out). I boarded probably double the amount of runs in one day than I did in a whole week in Austria. The trip ended with a trip to a relaxing spa and a visit to Santa's Village. I'm not gonna lie, as a 20 year old it was one big money-grabbing gimmick so we got our photo with Santa (...yay) and had a ...
... but I wouldn't get to keep it!
2) Buy a new bike for 2500 SEK from a cheap bike shop. That's about $350, which is reasonable for a nice bike. But I read some comments online that these bikes at the cheap bike shop are not good...you get what you pay for.
3) Find a used bike on blocket.se which is sorta like our Craigslist. I found one that I liked for a similar price to the ...