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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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So after a little worrying that nothing would come through....they did. The catalyst being an e-mail via the British Burns Association. Once that was sent out I received a few offers of places to visit; Galveston (Texas) and New York. Phew!
Additionally, I had a message from the Chairman of the Katie Piper Foundation asking whether I would like to contribute to the charity's own journal named the 'Journal of Burns, Scars and Healing', which is an exciting prospect. ...
Today was another day of me copping stick from every man and his dog in England today about the cricket. Again we went to the gym before the cricket started which was good - I did an intense cardio session and was dripping with sweat afterwards, I have missed the feeling. After the gym I went over to Nikki's again to watch some more of the cricket. I only watched the first session and came back over ...
I think I have developed fantastic selective hearing after the last two days watching the Ashes. The amount of dribble that comes out of both Nikki and Barra's mouth is incredible. We were up and out of bed bright and early to get a gym session in before the cricket started. Finally we are back to putting this gym membership to good use by going to the gym more than once a week. Nikki ...
... it lazy service, we'd wanted to while away a bit of time but by the time we'd got our lunch and eaten it there wasn't a lot of time left. We still left a tip - try and work a bit harder. We left the restaurant and walked into what we thought was a giant shopping mall, it wasn't, it was a giant food market and what a crazy building. The roof arched up and over and it was like standing in a giant tunnel with windows at each end, but the ceiling and walls were all ...
... to blend in and not receive unfriendly looks. It was a little isolating.
On a better note, everyone was dressed very well. The clothes were not necessarily expensive and the styles were similar to what the U.S. has, but everyone was well put
together, wearing ...