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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Vi fløj Kl. 7.15 fra Kbh lufthavn, så havde været oppe Kl. 04.00 hvilket var lidt hårdt. Men alt gik ellers fint. Turen herned tog ca. 4 timer, hvilket var mere end rigeligt, flyets sæders komfort taget i betragtning. Hold da op man sad dårligt og pladsen var meget trang, men ellers fin tur og god service. Med lidt …
... at the box of lights on the border. If you are Portuguese you have the opportunity to go to the post office and they will look up your licence plate and calculate the cost from the photographs taken. If you are from a country within the EU we can sort it out on line. Eventually one lass told us that her father rides a motorcycle and he had been on the highway without prepaying. He went to pay but the cameras could not detect his number plate as it is too small ...
... one less beautiful Maltese/Swiss voice and a bunch of much-less-beautiful-but-no-less-enthusi astic voices jammed the **** out of that living room for a good 2 hours (2 days later we found out that we had a small audience in the student appartments upstairs). Funny moment when the new Taiwanese guests arrived and, upon their second passing of the room, all of us turned to them and almost in unison asked where they were from (having ...
... up to the Castello de Sao Jorge, overlooking a warren of back streets with shops, bars, and restaurants, where bands played live music in the streets. This area was a complete surprise with a view over the river that is spectacular. By using the local transport and two day tickets for the buses we found some great places to eat and drink including the relatively new, river bars that sit under the April 25th bridge over the river Tagus, whose design ...
... far by comparison to the experiences I have had with my home transportation system.
Before I elaborate about the general cleanliness and usefulness of a few European metro systems, I must describe the absolutely best feature of all of Lisbon: the glorious escalator. I don’t mean glorious in some obnoxiously dramatic way, I mean it in the 'I almost had a heart-attack when I witnessed its magnificence’ sort of way. Okay, I’ll admit that may ...