Studio 6 - Plano
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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After getting home early hours of the morning it was a sleepy kind of morning. 3.30am I ended up crawling in so it was makeup off and bed! I woke up randomly at half 7 and started to talk to people back home as it was a normal time. Then went back to sleep till 10! And then I went to check on miss Taylor and see if she was alive and kicking. She was still sound asleep with her two kitties. Got the best picture. Then I got myself ready as me ...
... arrangements, the crew of a helicopter parked nearby came out and started to prepare to depart. We hadn’t put the EZ down on its nose, as we would be relocating to the hangar – a big mistake as I had to hang on to the ‘plane to stop it being blown over as the helicopter began to lift off. Patrick was unable to exit the FBO to come and help as the helicopter was in the way – a close shave. Note to selves: in future don’t park anywhere ...
... Just buskers on the street and loads of people just dancing along with them, especially Peter! Eric and Blake were true gents helping me walk the wonky paths in my heels, literal slopes I had to be guided along which was hilarious! Blake helped me all the way back to my car, by which this point me and Carlie had our shoes off walking the cobbles! The night ended with a dance party in the car on the way home and getting in at half 3! Perfect night ...
... you out to the parking lot and take care of formalities, then drive you up to the departure level and drop you off with your bags. Now one can drop the car right by the offices. There isn't nearly as much coming and going.
I checked in at the Air Mauritius counter, it was code share flight with Air France. And though Delta also code-shares with Air France, Air Mauritius couldn’t issue Delta boarding passes, I would ...
... Whenever possible, we took back streets, rather than main thoroughfares, frequently turning onto smaller, ruble strewn streets to find a clear path.
The police were very much in evidence, and there were never lone officers, they were always in groups. Several times we came across rapid response teams sitting in parked trucks, listening to radios so they could be dispatched quickly wherever needed. At one intersection I saw a team all looking the other direction, ...