Sunset Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the day was the Singapore Sling @ $5.95 (plus mandatory 15% service chg.). One could purchase it (and virtually any other drink) at: Explorations Cafe; Lido Bar; Sea View Bar; Ocean Bar; Crow’s Nest; Casino Bar, and Explorer’s Lounge. We bought no drinks at any bar on this cruise, but we did buy a total of four drinks at dinners. We freely imbibed, however, at the two Captain’s Receptions with the Open Bar to which we were invited.
Today is Josh's 12th birthday and we’re sorry we can’t be there to celebrate with him. I’m finding it hard to believe that my 'little’ grandson is now 12 and off to high school next year. Happy birthday Josh – hope you’ve had a great day x
Before we left Vancouver, Craig developed a sore throat with accompanying head cold and cough. We doped him up with medications from a ...
... we roll. We sat down with our food and couldn't wait to get started. While we were eating, I couldn't help but think about Mama Queen. Whenever Kelsey and her mom go somewhere there is amazing food, Mama Queen is always saying "I could totally make this myself!" So, in honour of her, we did the same with the delicious baked Cajun chicken wrap. Stay tuned for a recipe. Needless to say, it was delicious.
After an hour in the world's ...
... to find the graves two Black Watch Soldiers in particular and after a time walking along many rows and reading the names, ages and regiments, found them and placed a small cross and poppy at each grave.
We spent over an hour going around the grounds and monuments. There is one monument which has the names of all soldiers whose whereabouts were never accounted for.
During the Korean War (25 June 1950 - 27 July 1953) a total of 40,896 ...
... waiter’s attention. You shout "Yeogiyo (여기요)" across the bar towards the member of staff you require and they wander over; this means ‘I’m here!’. I can’t be going around shouting that at people, I’m not Cristiano Ronaldo, I’m just a man who wants to order some pasta. I was brought up with manners, but in Korea the person who eats first is the man who shouts the loudest; that last line sounds like ...