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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... dining tradition. The show was entertaining; the actors were very good. A comical mystery unraveled before our eyes. We had to decide who the killer was and why he/she would commit that crime. You have to write down all the clues you discover as you will need these at the end of the show. Everyone is provided a clue sheet. One prize is awarded per dining car to the one guest that can figure ...
... and the U.K./Spain. There were eight solo travelers, including me - 7 women and 1 gentleman - and two sets of women who were traveling together (one set had opted for separate rooms). The single supplement for this tour was only $350. We met a representative from the tour company who gave a brief overview of the tour and also met our Tour Director, Sergio Garcia, and our coach driver, Arturo. Sergio told us ...
... Beatles First played there so if was concert celebrating that with various direct artists singing their hits. The lineup included Martina McBride, Dave (eurythmics), Vanessa Amerossi (was amazing) and loads of people I hadn't heard of. The Bowl is amazing, it was a perfect night for it. Sitting listening to the Beatles under the ...
... is that changed past radically altered McFly's present for the worse. He comes back to 1985 Hill Valley and what was a great neighborhood has become a dark and scary, crime-ridden place. A place that honestly has the feel in the movie of the world we find ourselves in today.
Somehow when I see the Doc draw that depiction of time screwed up, I connect that train of thought with recent historical events and draw conclusions about what could ...
... my humble opinion, couldn’t be more wrong about their findings. And how much better off would we be as a country if we would reserve judgment on so many things we see abroad until we really did know more?
I am for some reason reminded of an old “Language and Meaning” course I took many years ago. We here in the West hear the sound of a fly as “buzz.” In Asia though in a moment of onomatopoeia their fly, to them, goes “Tse, ...