- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
\n\nGuests of the Ambassador Inn Alhambra can stay connected with free high speed internet wireless and hard connect access, in public areas and in all guest rooms. All guest rooms are furnished with an alarm clock radio, iron and board, hair dryer, cable TV with extra stations, individual temperature control, and electronic door locks.
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... Dave could not see what was in store! Very clever Universal - well done!
the studio tour was entertaining too - we had to reassure Tahlia numerous times that everything was not real - especially Norman Bates actor carrying the body into the car from the motel and then running at us with his knife.
our last full day of our magical family trip of so many memories.
... echoing my sentiment: "Oh, man, that is some serious, repugnant ****!" In short, the seals stink. And no one dare tell them to go and splash on a little cologne either, they are protected. They have their own parking lot, blue-jacketed docents, full-colour signage, and web sites. I didn't care about any of that. I just needed air, any air other than the gaseous mermaid vomit that was currently beating my nostrils to death. I left Deanne sending Snap-Chats to the ...
... We went for laying on some benches where people were doing some random "treasure hunt" instead. Which was more of an excuse to get out of the sun, English skin wasn't made for this kind of sun.
Finding strongbow in the supermarket meant the night was going to be a messy one well that and playing beer pong with a load of Germans and Brazilian's........
Worked 9-noon for Science morning!
Kate*, Rose*, Heather*, Kalie*, and I dressed up in clear aprons and Kate* punched the frames out of the plastic prize sunglasses to turn us into science nerds. This is the only ship I've been on so far where the manager strongly encourages us all to dress up for the theme sessions. We taught the kids how to make their own green slime and did a disappearing water act for them. They then had to get into ...
... staff who have to do this drill every cruise.
We ran activities during the night shift and quickly found out this was about to be a restless rowdy bunch. I was put in the Pelicans room (ages 3-7) this contract and we had a lot of 3 and 4 year olds that either had no idea what we were asking of them or just did not want to listen at all. Nobody could sit still or be quiet when needed. We learned we would be averaging about 50 kids in our age group each session. Here goes nothing! ...