- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... point, I would be smelling like a bonfire anyway, so there hardly seemed any point
This campsite is pretty dire, the sand is mixed in with dirt, the showers don’t work and when they do its scarce a trickle, I filled a bucket and had a douse shower, weren’t the best but it got rid of the dust and sweat, my clothes were really dusty and filthy, they need washing twice
Everyone went to the disco last night, hardly seemed worth while ...
... for some people. Happily, we didn’t have much real work to do today other than on my laptop.
At 9:00 a.m. Marjolaine closed our suitcases and we walked slowly down the hallway to the reception desk where I settled our accounts. Paul and our driver were precisely on time. The driver loaded our luggage and we drove over to the Notre Dame de la Paix basilica so Marjolaine could have a look at this incongruous behemoth jutting up from African ...
... the other, or better yet, read the book. Paris is a beautiful city, historically unique in the world, and Hitler ordered all its major monuments and museum sites destroyed out of pure spite. Von Choltiz knew enough about history to know he didn’t want to be the man remembered for following such a narcissistic, misanthropic and psychopathic order. So Paris is still.
We landed in Abidjan on time, just after sundown and began the slog ...
... the market which was busy with activity. Then we parked and walked to the humble structure where our brethren meet for services. We passed right by the same church building that my wife and I visited in 2008. Since that time, there were some problems in our organization in the USA which led to a split in the membership and pastorship. Mr. Meeker and I are now part of a new organization formed in December of 2011. Many of the brethren in La Me stayed with the ...
... which I had to pay. Of course he gets to keep any leftover….
Traffic was thick, so it took us 90 minutes to drive the 20 or 25 miles to La Mé. We parked in our usual spot and walked by the church hall used by members of our previous association. Felix stopped short when he saw us walking by, especially two white dudes whom he knew. Then he repossessed himself and carried on with his sermon. I felt sorry for the lot of them, as ...