- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... was a good amount of tourists hanging around behind the security ropes stretched out in front of the palace. At 12:15pm everyday, the guards have a little ceremony, like the famous changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, but at a smaller, more brief scale without music. Twenty or so young men marched out wearing white furry hats and did little bursts of practiced military moves. It was not something to plan your day around, but something nice to see if you plan on being ...
... ungoogable, Google challenged it but it lost, it is considered a mainstream word.
_when Danish king attacked old city in 1700's, the nobles rallied together and fought them off for 6 months, with no supplies they surrendered to the Danes with the proviso that their lives be spared. The Danes agreed. When the Danish leader then became king he invited all the nobles to the ceremony,92 in all, at ...
... out of large blocks of ice and kept at about 19 degrees in order to make sure it stays that way. Before you enter they give you these pretty silly looking ponchos with a fur lined hood and gloves attached which of course just adds to the ambiance since all of the other guests are wearing the same uniform as well. Included in your entry fee is a cocktail served in a block of ice that has been hollowed out in the center which was pretty neat ...
... Prizes (except the peace prize). We then went to the central station and waited for our train back to Oslo. I grabbed some Mcdonalds for the train ride back. We should be getting in around 10pm. I'm looking forward to a change of clothes and a shower. It dawned on me how lucky of a weekend I had. Like finding the locals and them showing us around the Stockholm night life and then meeting a girl from USC! Every small decision has a outcome. God is ...
... me that the hospital's policy was to keep patients hospitalized for pain management and observation whenever a stone is greater than 5 mm. The choice on whether to stay or not, however, was mine to make. The pain was just about gone now although the stone had still not passed. Already concerned with what the hospital bill would be, I thought it would be best to check out. Big, big mistake, but more on that later. So after a full day in the ER, I was released. I ...