Paramount Serviced Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... between the two states and all of a sudden you can breath again, and your clothes aren’t soaked with perspiration anymore. The influence of the Pacific ocean on the west coast climate is amazing given that this peninsula is only as wide as a fly’s smile.
We hit the USA border at Tecate again with our fingers crossed. No worries! New (three month) visa issued and off to Long Beach to find a shipper for the truck.
... once before in a Grand Final. We were on a seven month trip around Australia at the time and had reached Darwin a couple of weeks before the game and were able to fly home from Darwin for the match. His team lost!! Unfortunately I haven't been able to convince Noel to get back on the plane and head to London for the weekend to watch the game. This might be his last game of football so we are hoping all goes well and they are victorious. ...
... lunchtime. We had an induction for an hour and then were shown to our project teams. My commute takes around 60 minutes door to door with a 45 minute tram trip. I will be working on helping NAB develop a roadmap of all the projects that they will complete for the next financial year. It is quite an exciting concept and I get a feel for all the different aspects of a large commercial bank. The one amazing thing is ...
We were pleased to be heading home from Singapore. A constant temperature of 30+ & high humidity are wearing but more important we had the smell of home in our nostrils. The flight was a full flight and we arrived a half an hour early, total 6.5 hrs. Jason (Corporate Cars) was there to whisk us home in luxury. On arrival home at about 9pm it was 7 degrees - ...
Although Sydney had been on our list, we made a decision to bypass it. Our list of places to see was growing longer by the day, and as we saw Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House in 1978, thought they can't have actually changed at all, so we headed down the Hume Highway, round the back of Sydney, back towards the coast. We spent 2 nights in the Murramarang National Park. This was one of the highlights, and ...