Yashidu Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Press night came around very quickly, we had 4 very busy days of fitting the show into the Culture Square Arts Centre Theatre, setting the show up, doing media calls, and having two nights of rocky previews. On press night we were given lots of delightful presents from the producers, a travel bag, champagne, cards, flowers and such like. After the show we were invited to a bar called Maggies where we were fed ...
... front of everyone so we could watch movies and TV series and also play games, but not all worked. At the start I watched Hangover 1 and Hangover 2 then after that it started to get a little boring.
I started to listen to music on my iPod then a lady came up asking if I wanted a drink I said: “I had my own water bottle. I’m fine, thank you!” She walked off a bit surprised about me having a full water bottle. Then around 30 minutes later we were asked if ...
... t hold back my howl of sheer delight. The rest of the night was a blur and I don’t really remember much but from the pictures I have seen I look like I was enjoying myself and I got told that Noah from New York said ‘daaammmm whiteee girlsss cann danceee yoo’ he was probably lying. The journey home the day after was something from hell, the drinks were taking their toll on us and I felt like a 100-year-old tramp that was about to chuck up my guts at any ...
... of course), and fruit orchards in this area.
We were able to go inside one of the homes in this community, and it was quite spacious. The upstairs is open to folks from the city who desire to escape to the country for a few days to get away from the millions of people and to find quiet. Our guide emphasized that many people want to come to the countryside. Can I say that it did not resemble our idea of countryside? Check out the photos to see if you ...
... pork, noodles that are dark and greasy but mild and easy, some mushroom dish I tried when I thought it was noodles, some 2 zillion year old eggs sliced up to be had with vinegar - my pictures can help fill in more detail.
John is a star breaking the ice around the table, asking Jenny how he's supposed to tackle the crab pile? Jenny begins to demonstrate and the focus is diverted from our arrival. Jenny's dad can't join us as he has to work: he is old and Jenny ...