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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... overly obsessed with the French the dictator built his own Champs Des Elyssium- now Union Boulevard, it is 6 meters longer than it's french inspiration and was originally called Victory of Socialism Boulevard. In his later years he became ever more obsessed with bigger and better. After the fall of communism it was only a matter of time for him. On December 21st Ceausescu's speech was cut due to booing from the crowd, followed by a very violent ...
... br> We took a bus back to her apartment, climbed a dozen flights of stairs, and entered her lovely apartment with a beautiful view of the city. Her roommate wasn’t home yet, but I was assured that I would meet her later when we all went for dinner that night, and by the way, would I like anything to drink? To eat? A nap? A shower? Anything at all?
I took her up on the shower, then blow dried my hair in her room while she answered every question I asked ...
Just like any other dangerous activities I needed to have an induction with my guide, it covers any risks that I could be exposed to during the day. This is imperative that students take note of how important it is to follow the instructions given.
Wow, you would never believe something like this existed until you see it for yourself. It has an aura of Mystery.
... to our back-up and be good to go for awhile. We haven’t had a BSOD for a month. Then, last night, it would not boot. OH NO!
Nothing I tried worked. Now I needed a pro to help me out. The hotel front desk sent me to Victoria Square, a 10 minute walk from Hello Hotel. “There are many computer repair shops” “You can find one easily just by walking around,” she advised
The streets ...
... largest building in the world, 1,100 rooms, 3,700,000 sq ft...
The revolution happened in 1989, with it came many changes for the people. Although they are part of the European Union they did not go to the Euro and things are very reasonable (restaurants at least).
We went back to the hotel and had lunch at a lovely cafe, delicious turkey salad and Bryan had ...