- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Great spot with a refreshing pool and a VERY short walk from THE GERMAN BAKERY. Service was very good. Just note that it is located up a bit of a hill so those not in shape may not like the location. For those that like a bit of exercise the pool, view, and breeze are well worth it.
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Goa is one of the first places I head to when I hit India. It is a special place with a personality all of it's own. This as a Portuguese colony and many of the architectural attributes remind everyone that it's history is entirely different. It remains predominantly Christian and was once termed "Rome of the East". Old Goa and the historical …
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