Moevenpick Hotel Jeddah
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... the spectacles of various structures and statues on the cities roundabouts. Unfortunately, it got rather windy later which was when I had intended to snorkel, so it was more sunbathing and reading.
I started chatting to a dive instructor and his wife, who kindly invited me to join them (and 3 others) for dinner in a Japanese restaurant as they had room in their people carrier. I duly got all dolled ...
... roll, roll. Foot to the back of the head. Into the air face first. View of other zombies running after him below. Falling to the ground landing face first in the grass. They’re playing football with my ******* head. Awakes.
It’s been 1 hour. No more dreams. General Lally gets out of bed and sets out in search of coffee. The the Earth is spinning making the sun come up over the horizon and he’s got zombie outbreak to deal with.
I sent an email last week to a guy named Jim Whittle. He's the program coordinator at the paramedic program in Algonquin College. Almost a decade ago I sat in his office and told him I would be withdrawing from the program after a very successful first quarter. Yeah me and straight A’s across the board. A far cry from the C’s I used to get in my undergrad. He tried to convince me to stay but I couldn’t. I quit because I thought I ...
... some much needed advice. Thanks Guys. The week felt like it was one day. We had UN Day on Wed. My class was the good old USA. The boys dressed as gangsters, cowboys and sportsmen. I wore my Red’s cap and Texas Longhorns T-Shirt and waved a big American flag as we marched out in the parade of nations. The burgers and fries from Burger King and MCD’s that the class brought were at hit in the bake sale.
Thanks for ...
... black. Within minutes I was on the roof. There stood the G Man and what I saw next was surprising.
Beside the G Man stood a young woman. She was dressed in black combat fatigues. Hair tucked under a cap. In her right hand was a sophisticated rifle that made the shot guns we had been using over the last couple of days look like dollar store replicas.
“Bonjour.” She held out her hand with elegance. I took it and said “Merci.” This ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Hotel Jeddah
Generally, I was satisfied by this hotel. Everything was okay.
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