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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... throughout the day. I guess they are allowed to have some fun too! We also wandered to the Eiffel Tower, bought some cheese and chips and once again just chilled out on the lawn looking up at the beautiful sight. We waited here for our tour group as we were having a picnic for dinner tonight. We found most of our tour group and had some beers and some laughs. Our tour guide was stuck in traffic so we had to wait a while but once they arrived we had an amazing picnic spread filled ...
... was an up and coming Architect with an unusual eye. The plan was to build the park, which had room for quite a few homes in it. The park was never completed but the fruits of Galdi's work are very evident. I won't pretend to be an expert in Galdi or Guell, but if you want to look it up yourself, feel free! The style of Galdi was focused around nature and bringing peace to the mind. Guell wanted there to be an area in Barcelona that people could escape ...
... for 2 days as he has been unable to find a cork screw. All of the bottles of wine still have corks over here. We are quite impressed. Berlin, like Australia mostly has screw lids these days. It's been ages since I have opened a bottle of wine which has a cork inside it. And because of this, neither of us had a cork screw, or remembered to ask for one when we passed a restaurant. This was not going to stop Paul. He decided that the cork would come out whether or not he had a cork ...
... vid, you can see. Then there's this Caesar guy. He waved me over for a pic with him. This passerby took our pic for me. So nice. Not some person who was going to take off with the camera, some young girl on a tour with her family. Oh, you see that new scarf? I saw it in Valencia, and kind of wanted it. But I was trying to be less materialistic and only buy something that I wouldn't normally find, so I didn't buy it. On my last day in Valencia, my bro Rune ...
... me a pasty and I was like hmmm yes please then he comes out with 45% pernod-ish stuff! Good chats, then were joined by an Argentinian called Cleiton, camp as christmas, hilarious, loved him! He got us more beer, Mael got out his saussison - dried wild boar sausage...tasty...we then drew self portraits of eachother and had a good laugh at the results! After a great random first night we jumped into our bunkbeds for a hard earned nap.....zzzzzzzzzzzzzz