- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... flying. So then every time he walked past he was limping, poor fella. But we soon felt less sorry, he came back when our train was ready to board and showed us where to go, by now we had clued on that he wasn't just being nice he was wanting some form of payment. After trying to tell him no, no and no we ended up giving him some coins which would be worth A$1 just to get rid of him. We found our seats and and a look around, both ...
... come out. It gets pretty quiet for a solid 20 minutes as everyone chows down, then the kids resume running around. Is a real pleasant atmosphere, really reminded me of Friday night fish frys and such at a Catholic Church during lent. Very similar feeling. Everyone knew each other. I was probably the only foreigner, and certainly the only American. I felt proud that Hannah took me. The next day I took a small group tour with a guy named Haris. Haris was 25, Bosnian, and ...
... review: inconclusive, though the water certainly was sulfury). We next walked past the former Communist Party Headquarters which, on this particular day, was home to a general protest rally (general in that most of the group's misgivings seemed to echo American sentiments). We traveled underground to see more partially excavated Roman ruins before returning to the surface in front of the Presidential Palace, denoted by the two unflappable guards stationed at the ...
... to be playing catch-up) and were unpleasantly miffed when arriving at our pre-reserved "hotel du globe" at 10 pm only to find no rooms available. This is where Mousier No Problem (aka I have no clue what I’m doing because I’m drunk and in search of women) enters our life.
We arrived in Paris with a few extra pounds (both kinds!) but no Euros. After exchanging looks for almost an hour Mr. No Problem put us in two cabs ...
... to spend two weeks being Santa for real. The whole Trussell Trust/FSCI team would like to thank all our wonderful donors and volunteers for their generosity of time, money and Christmas boxes- we are truly priviledged to be in the position to see what affects your efforts have on the chlidren and families who receive these boxes and we hope that you and yours have a blessed Christmas and a happy New Year.
Extra thanks go to: These guys are ...