Movenpick Hotel Jeddah
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Generally, I was satisfied by this hotel. Everything was okay.
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... school was breezing his way through his side of the draw. The one opposite of mine. I hoped to meet him in the final and beat him. He had beaten me 3 times in high school. Back to that semi final. I had a guy that I had beaten twice in my last year of high school. He ended up fireman's carrying me twice and I could not get the points back fast enough and ended up losing the match. The dream was done. I had been handed defeat. I walked in shock to a corner of the gym and started ...
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