Nina Cafe Suites Hotel
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Finishing up on Athens, though, my hotel was not very well located. But it was comfortable enough. I wouldn’t have been able to stay there long. It smelled like a funeral parlor—you know, flowers in a can? There seems to be a lot of air freshener used in the Middle East/Mediterranean. I wonder if they’re trying to cover cigarette odor, since they are finally ...
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It was a short breakfast for Ronnen who had to rush off for an 1100 meeting.
Chris and I then carried on to the shopping precinct located in the Azrieli towers nearby. We had lunch here after a few hours of browsing and shopping, then walked the 2 kilometres back to the hotel. It was nice to put our feet up for a couple of hours before dinner.
When Ronnen came to the hotel, it was almost 1800. Our ...
... were everyone, listening to music, drinking at cafes and bars. The hostel itself is pretty swell. It’s like… I think Max phrased it nicely- we’re staying in the most expensive room of a cheap hotel. The room has an adorable little kitchenette and icebox-style refrigerator, a bed, a couch, and a window over-looking a street full of bars and what is, during the day, the well-known Jaffa Flea Market. Luckily, we were very tired, because the bars were hopping, ...
... of accomodation, we wait in the inky blackness until another car arrives and lets us in. They show us to a car park and rouse the man in charge who takes us to our warm, cosy wooden hut with a view of empty blackness at this time of night, and goodness only knows what it will reveal in the morning. There is a welcome bottle of Carmel wine and a spa bath and, after that, nothing but sleep until morning.