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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Yesterday was a long long day! Although it would have been longer and harder for everyone else as they had a crossing to contend with! After a lovely few days in devon visiting family I was finally on my way. After a while in the que to get on the ship, me and Beth who I had met previously on Facebook were told to help pack down all the shops as we are having a refit, it took us all day! We went ...
... at 5. Or this week, while I have them alone, we get on the train and get home sometime before 6. Like I said, every day is different! Dinner is normally somewhere between 6-7:30 depending on when we get home. Everyone helps cook, set the table and clean. After dinner, the kids play or watch a little bit of TV until it's time to get cleaned up, into their PJ and ready for school the next day. Bedtime is supposed to be at 8:15, but ...
... up. Breakfast went smoothly and we were all cleaned up and ready to go by 7:30! Even the trip there was easy. I didn't expect to get off this easily and I was right.. After school was a bit of a battle with Laura (the oldest). Complaining and whining ensued because I didn't allow them to play after school. I know, I know.. I'm a terrible au pair! BUT the reason for not being able to play today was because ...
... of flowers and some bread and heaps of fruits! The main reason why we decided to go is because I really wanted a plant for my room. It's pretty amazing the way that they sell things there. It's almost auctioneer style. I'll be attaching a video soon! :] I got, not only one, but two HUGE plants! One of them is as tall as I am. Pictures will be on here of those as well. We also got 10 packages of strawberries, some orchids, and some veggies. Very successful day! ...
Germany at Christmas - there's nothing like it. We landed in Hamburg and almost as soon as we stepped outside the hotel door we were in a Christmas market. I've had schnitzel, strudel and gluwein but no hot German sausage. We've seen Santa ...