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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... deal was finally ratified by all parties in February 2012, and became active one month later, after the last condition regarding a successful debt restructure of all Greek government bonds had also been met. The second bailout plan was designed with appointment of the Troika (the EU, ECB and IMF) to cover all Greek financial needs from 2012 to 2014 through a transfer of some regular disbursements; and aimed for Greece to resume using the private capital markets for ...
... of editing...kind of like editing pregnancy memories to leave out the pain as you discuss trying for the second, presenters or souvenir factories also leave out the elements that pull away from their core story to tell. Editing, be that the stray cats eating headless pigeons between rubbish bags, indiscriminate drips tricking down your arm on the subway from either the large man's armpit as he crumples into you or the stagnant air con water ( I'm not sure), or the well ...
- Millions of flowers planted every month to line the main streets with colourful strips and floral emblems.
- Bronze 3 headed serpent made from melted down arms.
- The ...
... bazaar, one little stall had hundreds of little trinkets at fixed prices and we bought a traditional tea set from another fixed price and he even have us 5TL off and a taste of Turkish delight (which is amazing!). We headed back to our hotel for a breather as it's so exhausting being in the markets, on the way back people out the front of restaurants have recognised us from walking that way several times and call us happy Aussie couple and good looking Aussies. This evening ...
... the sultans never went hungry) and another clock museum. There was no indication of what the women wore which as disappointing, but not surprising. The arms and armor museum was a bit more interesting, much of what was stored there seemed far to ornate to be anything but ceremonial, but some of the items were very interesting. The had 3 hungarian swords, each taller then I am by several feet. The Holy Relics museum was quite a let down. It ...