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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... have to get up and take on the day. I slept until 7:00...shocking...and showered, dressed and coifed my wig and woke Jane up at 7:30....the time we expected to all be ready for breakfast. We all met up in the breakfast room and enjoyed a fabulous spread with a beautiful view...and yet, personally I want less food...I'm choking and yet it's so bloody good...the cheese...the bread....stuff I would never eat at home...!
... terrified! Once the parachute opened (thank god it did) Layla got to take control of the ropes and steer for a short period of time. Before Layla knew it she was coming into land. The views and the adrenaline rush was just incredible. It was the one of the highlights of Layla's trip, to be honest she does not think anything could beat that. While Layla was off doing that Kieran went for a walk from Lauterbrunnen township up to ...
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
We drove across an alpine mountain range to Gstaad today. Just as we thought we
had seen every kind of extreme weather condition, we drove up a foggy mountain
and found it was snowing at the summit. Ludovic Bois in his Volvo Amazon, car 82, suffered a spot of altitude sickness
and refused to run any further at the top of one pass, and had ...
... was eleven dollars. Luckily there were these test tube tequila shots which were only about four or five dollars so most people were getting amongst those. The problem for me was that every time one of the girls wanted to do a shot they came and got me to do it with them. One of them even got me to do a Jagerbomb with her. We were also allowed to start a personal bar tab with our credit cards which I did, but luckily it was ...
... so we waited and eventually after 45 minutes the train pulled out of the station. An hour into the trip, we stopped in a small countryside train station and were told that unfortunately the train would be stopping here, and we will have to continue our trip on another train.
Cue confusion and chaos as everyone started to rush to the adjacent platform where a train was pulling in, but by the time we arrived on the other side, that train ...