Sonesta ES Suites Columbia
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Leo Carrillo State Park Beach
... by showing the route in green, amber or red. Although I had read about the neon lights on the buildings, I was surprised at the elaborate colors and designs that covered the entire high rises. Off the expressway and into the city, we passed a shopping area with many international shops, a couple of Starbucks, and a KFC. There was a lot of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. I was surprised when we arrived at the hotel not to ...
... sink, broken fridge... and just plain awful. So after a few (ha!) phone calls to the housing office I moved into Strong Hall. This is a dorm which was renovated into a sorority house. I have the usual dorm style room but I get a fully stocked kitchen and commons room on the first floor. The building is much further away from the metro but has everything I need and feels a bit more like home.
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... The first thing was. Nobody had there ID with and they didnt accepted a driving licence or so. Well no Beer for us. Except of the Dutch boys. Lucky there are! Lol. Well after we ordered, we waited ages and ages for our food. Finially we got served. But not all of us. So strange. In the end some of us were long time finish with their meal while the other ones just got theres!! If hat would happend in europe, there would be a lot of trouble and specially no tipping!! But not ...
... each other, their strange stories, and repetitive slow talking where everyone in the group repeats after each 4 word half sentence what has just been said. The clapping and hand signals, urgh, however you can see it is fun and easy to get caught up in. Lia who is a very pretty and tall, model like girl decided she should probably stay in a Hostel if she wanted to get through this. So I helped her find one with my Apps and we went and had hot soup. The next morning I did am amazing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility