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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... Afterwards we went ice skating at an outdoor rink with Patrick's mates. It wasn't cold enough to freeze naturally so they had chillers to keep the ice frozen.
- Patrick works during the week so he saw gone by the time I woke up.
- I spent the day trying to figure out how to do my Australian tax return ...
... by the signs they put up on the front of their houses announcing the proud arrival of new baby or the excitement of a recent wedding in the family. Yes really, there are banners! You'd think this would seem a little excessive and 'small towney' but it is too cute. Susan's brother recently married and her parents had a banner proudly hung up on the farm house next to the road for all of the locals to see and you couldn't imagine it any other way. What a lovely ...
... right inside a massive old building with very large arches onto the street. Here I simply had my usual daily intake of coffee and chocolate cake.
While sitting here enjoying my coffee and watching all that was going on out in the busy streets I managed to make a little friend. This little friend was a young little Sparrow who was simply looking for food. I dropped a few little crumbs on the floor and he scoffed them within seconds. He then just kept looking at me and begging ...
Fabian - Bradley's workmate who had spent 7 months in New Zealand back over our summer, was nice enough to pick us up from the train station and drive us the 2mins back to his and his girlfriend Jane's apartment. He gave us a little tour of their lovely place, which has two balconies and it's own little outdoor area overlooking a field, and we caught up and had a Swiss soft drink - Rivella, which has a similar sort of taste to L&P back home. Bradley and I had showers, seen as ...
... generous couple, Tino and Mo were our hosts. This was our second time we stayed with someone we met through Couchsurfing. Before we left on the trip, we had limited to no knowledge about Couchsurfing. We thought Couchsurfing was a site where people could get a free place to stay while they traveled. We thought it sounded a bit sketchy - sleeping on some random person's couch who we would seek out online and not pay to stay. We had heard a few things before we left like Couchsurfing ...