Sheraton Oran Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... headed to the restaurant for breakfast. Further walking (lost again) then attended a talk by a social historian about the royal family and their various indiscretions over the centuries. Sue was in her element! Had an entertaining lunch with some very interesting guests. Mainly golf stories from some chap called Roy, supported by raised ...
... Umberto Eco, Greene's Third Man, the film Groundhog Day, Natsume Soseki, David Lodge, and an attempt by an anthropologist to acquaint the Tir tribe of West Africa with Hamlet.
Bayard also points out that with the passage of time a read book tends to become a forgotten book. (This has been my dismaying experience with places as well as books). Anyway, the important thing is not to have read the book, but to relate to it in some meaningful ...
... recognize us and say "hello." I thought we had a lot of Israeli “Chutzpa”,
but the boys rejoiced. Oh well…
We miss and love you and hope to find a way to keep in
Please pray for us, we’re facing a new beginning and it
seems like we’re facing world wars at every step of the way. These are our last
days with the girls, and we really wanted them to enjoy and relax, not worry
and stress. They already cry a ...
We had a full day (Wed, 9/11) of touring in Tlemcen, a city with lots of history including being a center of Islamic culture. Algeria is predominately Muslim, but not extremist. There was serious fighting between extremists and the establishment in the 1990's but that seems to have abated, especially along the northern coast where most of population is. Judging from the dress of the women there is a small minority of those who very conservative and a much ...
... panoramic views overlooking the port and the Mediterranean. We left Oran later than expected to go Tlemcen for our overnight in the new and magnificent Renaissance hotel. We arrived at 9PM had a buffet dinner with an enormous selection of salads, meats, vegetables and even made-to-order individual pizzas. Algeria may be a third world country but this hotel is first ...