ean 9782361950088 title unusual hotels in europe sku st 2361950081 product category books comics magazines binding hardcover author steve dobson...... more
ean 9782361950088 title unusual hotels in europe sku st 2361950081 product category books comics magazines binding hardcover author steve dobson jonglez publishing format illustrated label jonglez height 30 mm width 162 mm length 210 mm weight 898 grams language english manufacturer jonglez publisher jonglez publication date 20 12 2011 studio jonglez about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and conditions details of wh
EXCLUSIVE OFFER! LOWEST PRICES IN CENTRAL LONDON! You'll find it easy to explore London, the United Kingdom and even Europe from Northumberland...... more
EXCLUSIVE OFFER! LOWEST PRICES IN CENTRAL LONDON! You'll find it easy to explore London, the United Kingdom and even Europe from Northumberland Hotel London. Surrounded by Kings Cross transport links, this London budget hotel offers comfy rooms at such low prices that you should book your room now before they sell out!
Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), German ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ),...... more
Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), German ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Cast/Crew Interview(s), Interactive Menu, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Scene Access, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: A dead-straight, endless road leading to nowhere. And at the end of the road: Nouadhibou, a town in the West African country Mauritania, bordered by the ocean on one side and the Sahara Desert on the other. A bleak and inhospitable departure point for the tens of thousands of people that pour in from neighboring countries, all with only one dream in mind: Europe. Hotel Sahara is a film journey to the last invisible border separating the West-African coast and Europe. The bleak city on the Atlantic Coast is a metaphor, a point of arrival and of departure, a gathering place of broken dreams - a place of waiting for that better life on the far side of the Atlantic. It is above all a no-man's land, a place of endless waiting and endless hoping. The film reveals how difficult it is to differentiate between "true" and "false" refugees. Is one "real" only when threatened life and limb? What if one simply desires to escape a deadening lack of perspective? With an observant and cautious eye, Hotel Sahara documents how closely the dream of a better life is linked to sudden stagnancy, and how much patience is required to wait for years to finally, perhaps, arrive somewhere. ...Hotel Sahara ( Xenodoheio Sahara )
Advantages: Close to some good shops, a good metro station and not far from the Eiffel Tower. Disadvantages: Tiny room, paper thin walls (and I MEAN paper thin) and quite tired rooms.
...* hotel as it was in a good location and it looked nice enough on the pictures, it wasn't badly priced too compared to similar hotels in Paris.
The Hotel's Location
Europe Hotel is in an ideal location on a busy street. It's situated only a 10-15 minute walk away from the Effiel Tower, which was amusing on our first day as we stood with a map wondering where the busy street we were standing in...
Advantages: Very beutiful and exceptional. Disadvantages: Rather small but that doesn't matter :)
...s self- confidence and the world is beginning to know what the word Lithuania means. I think that LT is a great place for sightseeing and for spending your holidays. Let me describe you same places that you should visit, if you are in Lithuania.
First and one of the most famous is the Park of Europe (near Vilnius). Here you can find lots of works of art. They are really very interesting each of it has i...
Advantages: Beautiful peaceful environment Disadvantages: Don't go here if you want nighclubs!
...Lithuania has a fairly short coastline on the Baltic Sea. To the north the coast meets Latvia, and to the south the strange enclave of Kaliningrad - part of Russia but completely cut off from it. I have been told that going to Kaliningrad is like stepping back in time into the Soviet era - but I don't think they are too keen on tourists as they make the visa costs somewhat prohibitive. Although...