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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... is not unusual just use the time to watch and learn and have fun. First of all I want to say a huge huge thank you to those of you who donated and made this experience possible for me. It means a lot to me and I hope I have made you all proud. I also want to thank all the coordinators including Amelia, Simon, Campbell and Erno who made this experience possible and for their amazing support. Could literally not have asked for a better team. Thank you also to the wonderful doctors ...
... couple that we got along with well. They invited us out for drinks for the next evening. Tuesday 18th November - Today I was placed with Tuyen in paediatrics. The nurses and doctors were a little hesitant at first to have us as they were not confident speaking English. However, after speaking with them and asking them to help me with some Romanian and Hungarian words they warmed up to us. Again, the morning was quiet so the nurse showed us how to fold gauze in a special way ...
... in the Hofburg, which was the Hapsburg “town” Palace, there are the Royal Apartments of Franz-Joseph and Sissi, and the Imperial Silver Collection, which has the most amazing array of table decorations, tableware, glassware that was used in the Imperial Court.
After years of watching Kommissar Rex, we had to visit the Prater – this was a popular backdrop used in the series and the centrepiece for a number of episodes over ...
... who was going to go to the cash point with us. They then said that I was to stay with them whilst Amanda went inside... I must have looked at them funny as seconds later they said I could go with her. The bloke accompanying us actually asked with terminal we needed and took us there! Cash with drawn and fine paid, Amanda received an unexpected souvenir of a fine receipt. The flight ended up been slightly delayed, we were both shocked at the amount ...
... time stood still as I lay on the icy stairs. Most men would have crumbled under such pain and humiliation, but summoning the unique strengths which reside in me alone, I got up and continued to make for the connecting train. The surrounding civilians clapped and rejoiced at such a stunning display of heroism; but I was in no mood to take heed. My thoughts had turned to darkness and as I sat on the train heading for Sighisoara I wondered why the Gods had taken me to ...