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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... services to be unlocked.
Well I suppose it is not so much the fault of the staff. I have finally found out why there was ever a problem with the vodafone service. It seems when you purchase a sim card on a pay as you go (PAYG) package, you get the basics.
Firstly, there is no 4 G connection available for PAYG customers. 3G connection is not widely available and is limited to the contracted customers first.
Secondly, while you can ...
... Hole in the Wa’ and it was also a karaoke bar where a lot of the locals were hanging out. I didn’t sing because I don’t like karaoke—the quality is terrible and you never know what key something is going to be in until it starts playing and by then, it’s too late. We had a few glasses of wine and sang at the top of our lungs, "When I wake up, well I know I’m gonna be, I’m gonna be the man who wakes up next ...
... District. There are three beautiful, tranquil, and largely undeveloped lakes here. The area was home to poet William Wordsworth and writer Beatrix Potter. We visited Wordworth's grave in the yard of St. Oswald's Church. We had a delicious lunch at the Tea Room in the quaint village of Grasmere. The houses in this area are made of dry rock construction, meaning without mortar. Most of these homes also had slate roofs. Everywhere ...
... there. Unfortunately our taxi driver struggled to understand English and couldn't read it - so our itinerary wasn't much help. First up he took us to the Hyatt but then my pronunciation of Whampoa couldn't have been too bad as when I said that he grinned and said Ahhh and set off at a great rate of knots! And before we knew it we were pulling up in front of the Harbour Grand in Kowloon. But you'll have to wait till tomorrow to hear about the ...
... later date. What I have found is the William Robb shop, pre 1900. Again it has been modified, in this case by building a second storey, but I can see no sign that an addition has been made. According to the local history book William had a bakery and confectionary shop in what is now the Brownlie Building. He rented the premises and when Mrs Brownlie bought it he had to move to what became the Robb and Co shop further up on the other side of the street. ...