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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Denmark front and center is the least desirable spot to get in the class. UGH! Blondie then starts yapping away in Danish on her handset microphone and turns up the music. Ok yay we're finallyyyy getting to the class (I thought). At home, the warm up for body pump is some form of light exercises or whatever, to be honest it doesn't stand out in my mind. However, here they all started dancing! We're doing side shuffles, leaps, these weird hand movements over ...
... an underground spring, this is a great lido and swimming area and is also a portion of the Running Club. Around 110 pedals and rowboats are found here. The Running Club is so called as it uses the park’s tracks and also ensures that tourists have their sport to enjoy and attend. One also has the Serpentine Bar and Kitchen where one can binge for all culinary delights.
Thus tours to London are filled with amazing sights and beautiful travel ...
... sleep there. So this week has been just what I needed at the tail end of the trip. I said last week how much I enjoyed the UK, but I was ready for the change. - Paris - a remarkable and beautiful city. In some ways the most different experience of all the places I visited. While it was a short visit I am happy at squeezing in so much on my full day. The Eiffel Tower was of course ...
... I have to try stay positive so I just ask her lots of questions instead of describing the fact I feel like I'm trapped in prison. Every hour that goes by feels like five hours. She sounds sad when I mention Oktoberfest, thinking I will be too busy to message her, this seems an irrational fear given she's the busiest of us two.
************* to see Kira again that night, we're left with Zulu. I watch Grand Budapest Hotel on my ipad before drifting off to ...
... we'll frame when we get home. A Japanese artist owned a small gallery where he sells beautiful paper-cut art, which involves painstakingly cutting patterns out from black paper, to produce intricate works of art. A framed image of a geisha, complete with Japanese calligraphy cut from the paper, took our breath away, but at GBP300 we decided that we shouldn't buy it this time. The crowds just got worse and worse up until the train station. When farewelled Nicole at Canary ...