Sorell Hotel Rex
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... they are in Australia and I'm in Switzerland, they are melting from the + 38*c heat and I'm bundled up in the single digit degree cold. Today was shoe hunting day. If it snows my nike high tops won't stand a chance, I'm better off walking around bare foot. After hitting 6 stores we finally found a pair that aren't completely hidious and don't make me look like GI Joe. These are by no means "pretty" shoes but they are water proof, have a fur inside and look like what Russian ...
... the intercontinental flight dock E. Skymetro is unusual in that, rather than on-board motors, it is propelled by a moving cable and is thus a cable car. It is also unique in using an air cushion rather than wheels and is thus a hovertrain. Train, cable car, hovertrain – who cares: in just 3 minutes I was at dock E with nearly an hour to go before the plane took off at 10:20am.
... down. Now I am willing to admit here that there may have been some button to push to keep the seat down but I could not work it out. The only way I could keep the seat down was with my legs whilst I fumbled to pull up my skirt and drop my knickers. Suffice it to say my skirt brushed the toilet seat as well and I felt tainted for the rest of the afternoon. To wash my hands I had to open up the door as it was too dark to read and Laura helped me work it out. At least my ...
... carrying drugs or arms along with 200,000 tons of Cuban sugar. They found the sugar, as well as what appears to be parts of a Soviet-made missile defense system, vintage 1950s. The ship was sailing from Cuba, which claims that the ship contains "240 metric tons of obsolete defensive weapons" that were intended for repair in the DPRK. 35 crew members resisted arrest, captain attempted suicide.
Aug 14: Pyongyang and Seoul to 'actively' co-operate so Kaesong industrial ...
... for aristocratic women which was founded in 853 by Louis the German for his daughter Hildegard. Today it belongs to the Swiss Reformed Church.
The third church we visited was St Peters Church which is reported to have the largest tower clock face in Europe at 8.7 metres in diameter. The current building was consecrated in 1706 as the first church built under Protestant rule. We did not enter this church. From St Peters Church we traveled by bus to Rapperswil, which is a small town ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet