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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rocking ship also means that Karl will be spending nearly all of his time in our room. He has found that he can avoid motion sickness almost entirely by staying low and center in the ship where the motion is at its least -- and is where we always book our cabin. I am seldom affected by motion sickness, so I took part in some of the ship's activities. I went to an arts & crafts activity where we decorated a mask for the upcoming masquerade ball. I made a fairly ...
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... shower is pretty cool. On the left side you control the water pressure. The right has a strange knob with a locking position that you can turn to regulate how hot the water comes out. Remember, all their hot water pretty much comes out of the ground and this place is no exception. The hot water here smells of sulfur like everywhere else, a smell not easy to get used to! Dang, that hot water feels good though! Off to bed for the night and up in the morning ...
... I’m a veteran myself,” he said! He was in his 90s! We made it into the foyer of the hotel, John asked him his name and gave it to the clerk, when replied yes he had a room booked for the night, at which point John wished him goodbye and good luck and left, after he thanked him for his help of course. After collecting Vicki we wandered clattering down the footpaths and cobbles to our hotel, 400 metres or so. The desk guy was great assured us we had a nice room with a ...
... and what a spectacle. A number of large searchlights strategically place lit up the brilliant colours of the walls while 120 metres above us a tiny patch of light showed the vent we had come down from, the cables for the car snaking eerily down, surrounded by water droplets falling as if in slow motion. The place was breath taking. We wandered around, photographing rocks, it was eerie and surreal, and to think we were actually inside the magma chamber of a ...