Sheraton Club Des Pins Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Club Des Pins Resort Staoueli
Travel Blogs from Staoueli
... Turkey called gaziantep where hope goes to die, people walking down the streets would literally stop their conversations, stand still and gawk at us in a full 180 degrees until we had walked past them. On a side note - Have you ever wondered where a Lacoste tracksuit goes when it dies? Synthetic heaven ( on the back of a world famous knacker) ? Polyester hell ( at the back of an abandoned cupboard full of moths for eternity)? No, it rematerialises ...
... lets you have google maps which means it's harder to get lost and harder to get shafted by taxi drivers. But more importantly it satisfies my life consuming addiction to the Internet. How did you think I was able to get the name of the Korean Air executive for my joke earlier - magic?! No! INTERNET!!! Some guy kept following me around trying to get me to buy all shady **** but I eventually ditched him and started following the ...
... Tory riding.
Shoki left his wedding ring at the hotel when he washed up this morning. It has been found so problems with the wife avoided.
Ken passed around an envelope and card re Erwin's tip. I put in 1,200 AD and will see if there's any likely spare dinars after dinner. Tony and I only have to plan for two lunches, maybe some espresso and the taxi fare. Had a chat with Erwin about Niagara Falls.
At a police transfer the local constabulary were a ...
... blog. Details not passed on. Legal Eagle thought it might be called 'Diary of an Itinerant Judge'.
Shoki would normally have dropped us off and taken off for the 600k trip to Algiers. He waited for us to go through security before leaving. Our nightmarish Plan B would have been to take the bus back to Algiers but that would have entailed further delay to arrange for police escorts.
Tony was furious with Haggus Baggus, in line after him at check-in but ...
... coast, there was greenery and many greenhouses. Customs was a bit slow. Glad to see my checked bag as AC did not give me a luggage ticket.
Clearing into the public area, I see two Explore signs. Apparently the flight from Gatwick had come in at the same time. Met the Explore guide Erwin [very affable] and Fariq, the local guide. Went to get some local dinars, happy to see Canuck bucks accepted.
One British gal's visa only started ...