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Staff were a bit hostile, not particularly helpful either. Bathrooms were dirty but beds were comfy enough and good amount of space in the rooms.
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I started off by walking nervously through the departure gates at Melbourne's Tullamarine INTL Airport but am now feeling totally confident in Europe. That's one of the main things I've noticed about this glorious continent so far - when you are surrounded by stunning architecture, the smell of freshly baked bread and the smiles of the welcoming …
... creature comforts like a hot shower and a wc in our room! Believe me, we've experienced the extreme when it came to sanitation! But the place that has completely, utterly stolen our hearts was Tibet. It's a tragic story; imagine a people who actually are not keen on modernization (though everyone - even the monks - has an iPhone), and are controlled by a country who is building and changing the landscape. When you see the ugly, grey concrete buildings from the top of The ...
"No trophy, no flowers, no flashbulbs, no wine,
... the Dutch culture to the hotel but keep the feel of the library.
Right when you walk in, the check in station was 3 simple marble round pedestals. Above them were 3 giant marble "wedding type bells". Each bell had a crystal chandelier in it. Behind the checkout station was a large library shelf housing lovely books and Delft china. The restaurant was a large area with a giant farmer's table in it. The chef's would stand at this oversized table and chop, slice and ...
... spouts on the top (usually 4th or 5th) floor that has a hook connected to a long cable and allows large loads to be hoisted up from street level and brought in through the windows. Many of the homes have actually been designed to tilt forward, so that as loads are hauled up by cable, they don’t hit the walls or windows of the homes.
As orderly as the Dutch seem with what they have done with the canals, home design, road rules and ...