Econo Lodge The Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... spot. Cathy Pacific was ok. Air Italia was not bad. Turkish Airlines was a mixed bag. The short trip from Rome to Istanbul was reasonably good but the long hall to Hong Kong was not so great. They have a chef on board, well at least a guy wearing a funny hat, but I don't think he has any thing to do with cattle class as the food was not so great. Also Istanbul airport is huge, we must have walked a mile from one side to the other, which is a great way ...
This Monday we did some kind of "Bundesjugendspiele" and I was assigned to
"Kugelstoßen“, 100m sprint und „Speerwerfen“.
Well the 100m sprint I changed to 100m jogging*I did not sprint.
The “Kugelstoßen" went very well.
And the “Speerwerfen” discipline was cancelled.
... peek there was a spectacular view and the same for every peek when we were at the end of the walk and back at the car i flopped down on the back seats and only got up to walk to the shop for a high sugar ice cream and then we went to a spa with hot pools and we sat there until it got ...
... got driven in smaller vehicles. We spent the afternoon sunbathing by the river and I did dive in here - would have been rude not to and the water was so cold it felt like I was being stabbed a thousand times over. I swam to one side and back again and it was that cold that I couldn't catch my breath but it was so lovely and refreshing. There's this one really annoying girl who we've named Patricia (because she pushes a lot) and I also think she ...
Our ferry over to Wellington was delayed and we had contacted Anne Doone and Richard and Emma to try and meet up while we were there but hadn't heard from them by the time we finally arrived at the hotel. This was a Travelodge in the centre and being a typical city centre hotel with tricky parking in amongst some narrow streets we had been on the verge of meltdown- ...