- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... cruise director really works hard to have activities for those who want them. There were many options including a couple of speakers who held a series of lectures on astronomy, oceanography and anthropology. These should have been better than they were as the ones we attended were pretty basic.
Our evenings generally began with a glass of wine in our room before we changed for dinner. We were pleased that we chose open seating for this cruise as it allowed us both ...
... free and refreshing. April if you're reading this I really appreciate your help :). So, after that I got no more stares and got a taxi back to the airport and an currently waiting for my flight. With that being said I learned my first lesson of traveling: Trust your instincts on who you approach because both good and bad things can come from anyone. And if you listen, everyone's story is waiting to be heard it's just you who has to perceive it in your own ...
... porridge never tasted that good.
This time, I bought some sleeping pills for the flight to Delhi, but the aircraft was so beautiful and the flight attendants so polite so I rather decided to stay up, have a whiskey and watch some more movies.
At 3 in the morning on March 15, after almost 3 days of travelling, we finally arrived in Delhi. Absolutely wrecked. But happy! And from there, our India adventure started at high speed. Check out the next ...
... us from Fort Lauderdale to our hotel in Miami. That was a half hour drive with everyone except me sleeping all the way but finally we arrived at the Habitat Residence in the Brickell area and up to our 2 bedroom self contained unit.... Very nice but they could use some attention to detail. I had booked and paid for this through booking.com in May but for some reason they charged us another night so that started a bit of a argument with them. ...
... him a twenty and asked for the change. Not having the correct change, the driver had to get the hotel to exchange the bill to supply Graeme with his change....no tip. This was our second incident with taxi drivers since arriving in the states. The last time, when we had arrived in Chicago and was being taxied to the hotel, the driver never got out of the cab...we unloaded our luggage while he sat in the driver's seat. I was tempted to walk away and make ...