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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Banquet room
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The Choice of colours might be surprising, but no Way to Pay 80 Dollars for a bed Set.
After One week i got kicked out of the House by the room mate. Within One Day i found a new place at the foundation. The place is not as Francy, but it is on Campus. 10 min downtown and just 300 Dollars. I am happy. The Prof. Is a nice ...
A Perfect Sunday.
Reading a paper from Jayson Lusk.
Spending an Hour in the Pool.
Buying a huge Melon.
and staying outside in the Sun Reading paper Towns.
Something to Note: IN WL you enter a bookstore. You find everything, besides Books :) :) ... I Wonder where do they buy Books. but i will figure out. ...
I came for a choice Experiment. but who could imagine that everyday life is so full of Choice. And it is amazing. many good advices made me too scared, but that was absolutely not Necessary. What I learned about amazing, awsome, exciting and fun, it is easy to distinguish. The Same is with their smile. It is easy to get, what is true and Fake. I Am more than happy, i got invited for Dinner.
My organism ...
... I think the total trek from Atlanta is… 16 and a half hours or something CRAZY like that!... I survived the one over the Pacfic to Australia and that was comparable to this flight-- bring it on Atlantic. This is going be a really special trip and just happens to land on Ian and I’s anniversary. Even though this is going to be a fast trip, I want to document this experience for myself so that I can always look back on it and keep the memories and pictures forever, ...
... architectural competition was announced for the location and the architectural design of the new museum.
The current location was proposed and the construction of the museum's building began in 1866 and was completed in 1889 using funds from the Greek Government, the Greek Archaeological Society and the society of Mycenae. Major benefactors were Eleni Tositsa who donated the land for the building of the museum, and Demetrios and Nikolaos Vernardakis from ...