Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.66:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Making Of, Photo...... more
Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.66:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Making Of, Photo Gallery, Scene Access, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: A dead bride goes unnoticed on a sweltering Fourth of July, in the seedy New York hotelroom #426. Her body sits undisturbed in the closet while a magician awaits a prostitute he may know, a photographer's voyeurism goes too far, and a cross dressing weather man receives a strange visit in his final hours. Fate charms these characters to room #426, each awaiting the tragic comedy of their life to unravel and all connected by the cleaning of a brazen maid and the dead bride in the closet. Independent filmmakers Cesc Gay (director of "Nico and Dani") and Daniel Gimelberg, artistically craft the visually stunning images of HOTELROOM, which won the "Grand Jury Prize" at both the Atlantic Film Festival and the Wine Country Film Festival of Napa and Sonoma.. ...HotelRoom
Advantages: Gorgeous Climate, Beautiful Culture, Picture moment Scenaries Disadvantages: driving(?)
...thinner/crispier). In marseille they love their fish dishes, which are pretty good.
Its important to note that marseille has a natural culture. That is why you wont really find packaged holidays to marseille, (a bit touristy) you would mostly arrange your own visits there, but its still a great experience in my opinion.
A nice hotel with swimming pool may cost just under 100 pounds a night...
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Advantages: An interesting Vieux Port (old port) area, good accommodation options nearby Disadvantages: A noticeably high crime rate, not a great deal to see outside the port and coast areas
...attempt behind us, we were subsequently annoyed by shady characters near the Metro station exit, who were demanding our used tickets for some no doubt dodgy purpose, and indignantly whistling after us upon being ignored.
Our adventures underground did, for a while, fade into insignificance as we beheld our hotel room for the first time. The triple room at the two-star Hotel du Palais was a bargain...
Advantages: Location; well maintained, comfortable rooms Disadvantages: Shower floods bathroom; slippy rugs; issues with breakfast
...(which you can buy as a souvenir or gift).
Our check in experience was entertaining as we engaged in a spot of jousting with the receptionist who wanted to swipe our credit card in case of extras. He maintained that this was essential and said he could not give us our room unless we passed over the card. This is a hotel practice I despise and I held my ground: weary from debating the issue...