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Southeast Asian Roundup Gay Tour -  Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos

Southeast Asian Circuit Gay Tour
Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos

Bangkok, Luang Prabang, Kuang Si, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue, Saigon, Phnom Penh, Angkor Wat, and more!

16 Days From Bangkok, Thailand To Siem Reap, Cambodia

November 26 – December 11, 2018
January 23 – February 7, 2019
November 25 – December 10, 2019

 

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Luang Prabang, Laos gay tourMany Westerners expect Vietnam to be a land of darkness, deeply marked by the still-festering scars of war, but nothing can be further from the truth. For most who visit Vietnam for the first time, the big surprise is that is an exciting, spirited and remarkably beautiful place full of happy, healthy, optimistic people. There are also natural wonders like Halong Bay, where more than a thousand limestone peaks soar from crystalline emerald water — one of the natural wonders of South-East Asia.

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Cambodia is home to one of Asia's oldest cultures and most important historic places. No matter where you visit, the scenery is spectacular and mostly unspoiled, and the Khmer people everywhere are genuinely friendly.

We explore the famous ruins of Angkor Wat before heading to laid-back Luang Prabang, the former royal capital of Laos and one of the most interesting places in Indochina. Here you can smell the baguettes baking and even find a decent bottle of wine, thanks to the French.

 

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Southeast Asian Roundup Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival in Bangkok, Thailand
Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand.

Overnight in Bangkok (airport area).
Meals: Dinner

 

Day 2 - Bangkok, Thailand - Luang Prabang, Laos
Gay Laos tour - Luang PrabangToday we fly to Luang Prabang, Laos, a World Heritage Site.

In the 14th century, this city was established as the royal capital by Fa Ngoum, the first monarch of Lan Xang, the "Land of a Million Elephants." By this time, the city had already been the seat of local kingdoms for 600 years. According to legend, the site of the town was chosen by two resident hermits and was originally known as Xieng Thong --"Copper Tree City".

We have an orientation of this charming town, with its one main street lined with colonial era buildings housing shops and cafes. We have a chance to explore the town on foot and to climb to the top of Phu Si Hill. Looking directly downwards you can see that the former royal palace has a cruciform ground plan. We finish at Ban Phanom, a 300 year old weaving village is where shawls and sarongs are made from silk and cotton. The people in this area were originally from South China and were traditionally the King's weavers, soldiers and palace servants. The inhabitants make sarongs with dragon motifs, and shawls which are often dyed an indigo colour using a natural dye extract from a local plant. Some of the cloth woven in the village is embroidered with delicate silver and gold thread. Girls are taught from a very young age the skills which have been handed down from their forebears in Xishuangbanna District in China's Yunnan Province.

NOTE: The order of our sightseeing in Luang Prabang may vary depending on flight schedules that are subject to change.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 3 - Luang Prabang Area
Gay Laos tour - Pak Ou CavesAn early departure today takes to the Mekong River for a boat journey to visit the Pak Ou Caves. The boat is long and quite large, covered, with comfortable seat cushions, life jackets and a WC.

The Pak Ou Caves are two clefts in the side of a mountain stuffed with thousands of old Buddha images. The site has long been sacred for the Lao, even prior to Buddhism, when they worshipped spirits. The lower cave has over 4,000 images, ranging from 3 inches to 9 feet tall, stuck into nooks and crannies. The upper cave's Buddha images are placed far back into the cliff, so it's handy to have a flashlight. A real highlight of a trip to the caves is the breathtaking view of the mountains, villages, and fishermen during the 2-hour boat ride.

We return to Luang Prabang and visit the Royal Palace, a museum containing a collection of 15th-17th century Buddha statues including the significant Golden Buddha. The last member of the Lao royalty to live here was Sisavang Vong's son, Crown Prince Sisavang Vatthana. The private chapel is one of the most interesting wings of the palace. Here you will see the priceless gold Phra Bang Buddha in Abhayamudra (dispelling fear). It is made from 90% pure gold and is said to weigh 50 kg (110 lb).

We finish with a tour of the 16th-century Wat Xieng Thong with its richly decorated wooden interior. Wat Mai is another old temple of classic Luang Prabang design with gracefully curved roofs. We see many 400 year old wooden Buddha statues at Wat Wisunalat.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 4 - Luang Prabang: Kuang Si WaterfallGay Laos tour - Kuang Si Waterfall
Today we have an excursion to Kuang Si Waterfall, a beautiful multi-tiered falls located 30 km from Luang Prabang. There is a flight of steps which one has to climb to reach a pool half way to the top. From there, you can look down to the pool below. Many local people come to Kuang Si for picnicking. Our journey to / from the falls is scenic and interesting, passing through small villages and rice fields.

We return to Luang Prabang and have an afternoon at leisure.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.
Meals: Breakfast

 

Day 5 - Luang Prabang, Laos - Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam gay tour - HanoiToday we fly to Hanoi.

Hanoi is an attractive city with lakes, fine boulevards, and flourishing parks, as well as a public centre that is an architectural museum piece. Hanoi is situated on the right bank of the Red River (Song Hong) which is spanned by two bridges, the old Long Bien Bridge and the new Chuong Duong bridge.

Flight schedules permitting, we may accomplish some Hanoi sightseeing upon arrival.

Overnight in Hanoi.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 6 - Hanoi: City Tour
Vietnam Gay tour - HanoiToday we have a full day of sightseeing, starting with the Hoa Lo Prison Museum, known to American prisoners of war as the Hanoi Hilton. This museum was a prison used by the French colonists in Vietnam for political prisoners and later by North Vietnam for prisoners of war during the American / Vietnam War.

We also see the Mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, a site of pilgrimage (the building has been closed to visitors of late; probably an outside viewing only). The building was constructed from materials gathered from all over Vietnam. Modeled closely on Lenin's Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh lies at rest in this Vietnamese version.

We continue to the house on stilts, where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked from 1958 to 1969. Its construction and decor illustrates the importance of simplicity and modesty to this Vietnamese revolutionary. The building is elegantly crafted with lacquered and polished wood, following the model of a traditional communal house on stilts.

We will also admire the elegance of the One Pillar Pagoda, originally built in 1049. The temple is lotus-shaped and is situated in the middle of a water-lily pond.

We continue to the new Ethnology Museum, one of Vietnam's finest. Dedicated to the ethnic minorities of Vietnam, this museum provides educational displays and descriptions and provides a real insight to peoples found primarily in the high country.

Next is the Temple of Literature, the site of the first national university dating back to 1076 and one of Hanoi's best-preserved ancient sites. From here we walk to the Fine Arts Museum, housed within a large colonial building, where we will see contemporary Vietnamese art and handicrafts.

Tonight we will enjoy a (+/- one hour) water puppet show. This is a fantastic art form unique to Vietnam and derives from the Red River Delta area.

Overnight in Hanoi.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 7 - Hanoi - Halong Bay Cruise
Vietnam gay tour - Halong Bay CruiseEarly this morning we travel to Halong Bay. Upon arrival we have a 4-hour cruise on Halong Bay. We'll stop along the way to visit one of the limestone caves in the area. As we cruise our boat staff will serve you a sumptuous local seafood lunch on boat. On our leisurely cruise back to Halong, we stop to visit the floating fishing village and learn about the fishermen's daily life and legends about the bay.

Halong Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, covers an area of 1500 square km. With more than a thousand limestone peaks soaring from its crystalline emerald water this area is one of the natural wonders of Vietnam and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The islands are dotted with innumerable white sandy beaches and grottoes created by wind and waves. The name Halong means "where the dragon descends into the sea". Legend has it that the islands of Halong Bay were created by a great dragon who lived in the mountains.

Overnight in Halong City.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

 

Day 8 - Halong City - Hanoi - Da Nang - Hoi An
Vietnam gay tour - Da NangToday we transfer back to Hanoi airport from where we fly to Da Nang. We continue by road to Hoi An.

Da Nang is situated on a peninsula at the point where the Han River flows into the South China Sea. We pass through the nearby Marble Mountains; five limestone peaks with marble outcrops known for their beauty and their caves. At the foot of Marble Mountain, an important religious site for the Chams, you can see many artisans crafting fine marble objects. Our destination is one of the most charming towns in Vietnam -- Hoi An. The ancient town of Hoi An (formerly Faifo) lies 32 km (20 miles) south of Da Nang on the banks of the Thu Bon River.

Overnight in Hoi An.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 9 - Hoi An: Walking Tour
Vietnam gay tour - Hoi AnToday we will be able to soak in the atmosphere of this small town (a World Heritage Site) on a walking tour. The unique architecture, the temples, the market will make Hoi An one of the highlights of your trip.

The Japanese Covered Bridge was built in the 16th century, perhaps even earlier. On its north side there is a pagoda, Japanese in style, which protects sailors. Its popular name reflects a long-standing belief that is was built by the Japanese, although no documentary evidence exists to support this. At the Tran Family Temple we will see the fusion between both the Chinese and Japanese styles. This temple has survived for 15 generations.

While in Hoi An, we'll also enjoy a boat trip on the river.

Overnight in Hoi An.
Meals: Breakfast

 

Day 10 - Hoi An - Hue
Gay Vietnam tour - HueToday we travel by road to Hue. En route we visit the Cham Museum in Da Nang.

Hue was the capital of the old Nguyen Dynasty and traditionally one of Vietnam's cultural, religious and educational centres. Here there are splendid tombs of the emperors, several stunning pagodas and the citadel which houses the Forbidden Purple City, situated on the banks of the Perfume River.

This afternoon we tour the Citadel, a fortress surrounded by a moat that has a 10 km (6 mile) perimeter. At the Forbidden Purple City we can see the remains of the former home of the emperors. The city is built on the same principles as the Forbidden Palace in Peking (Beijing). It is enclosed by 7-10 m (23-33 foot) thick outer walls (Kinh Thanh), along with moats, canals and towers. There are ten gates which pierce the four walls of the citadel although many are in poor condition -- the city has not only been damaged by war and incessant conflict but also by natural disasters such as floods which in the mid 19th century, inundated the city to a depth of several metres. The complex has undergone partial restoration with the aid of UNESCO.

Overnight in Hue.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 11 - Hue: Perfume River & Imperial Tomb - Saigon
Vietnam gay tour - Thien Mu Pagoda, HueWe begin our day by motorised sampan down the Perfume River to visit the delightful Thien Mu Pagoda, considered to be the finest pagoda in Hue. It was built in 1601 after an old woman appeared to Nguyen Hoang, the governor of Hue, and said that the site had supernatural significance. Later we visit one of the nearby Imperial tombs.

Later we transfer to Hue airport for our flight to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City).

Overnight in Saigon.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 12 - Saigon: Cu Chi Tunnels & War Remnants Museum
Vietnam gay tour - Cu Chi TunnelsThis morning we will visit the intriguing tunnels of Cu Chi, a complex underground system that housed 10,000 people during the height of the war and contained sleeping quarters, hospitals and schools.

From here we will continue to the War Remnants Museum (formerly the War Crimes Museum). The visit here is a sobering experience with its countless photographs and exhibits. We also see the Reunification Hall, formerly the site of Norodom Palace, the residence of the French Governor-general of Indochina. On 30 April 1975, NVA tanks smashed down the first gates and took control of Saigon.

Overnight in Saigon.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 13 - Saigon, Vietnam - Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Cambodia gay tour - Phnom PenhToday we fly to Phnom Penh and have a tour of this city on arrival.

This is the capital and largest city in Cambodia. Engineered by the French, the city was once filled with beautiful tree-lined streets and colonial mansions. Today many of the old buildings exist, although they are in a severe state of disrepair.

We visit the infamous Tuol Sleng Prison, now a museum illustrating the atrocities committed by Pol Pot during the 1970s, and the nearby Choeung Ek, aka the "Killing Fields." Later, there may be some free time to roam in the central market of Tuol Tum Pong.

Overnight in Phnom Penh.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 14 - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap & Angkor Wat
Cambodia gay tour - Angkor WatToday we fly to Siem Reap, gateway for Angkor Wat / Angkor Thom. On arrival we have a tour of the South Gate of Angkor Tom, Bayon Temple, Ba Poon, the Elephant Terrace and the Leper Temple.

Overnight in Siem Reap.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 15 - Angkor Wat & Banteay Srei
Angkor Wat gay tour - Banteay SreiToday we visit some temples a little farther afield, including the exquisitely carved Banteay Srei.

Banteay Srei is something of an anomaly. It wasn't built by a king, but rather a spiritual teacher, Yajnavaraha, the Brahman of King Jayavarman V, in AD 967. At that time it was called Tribhuvana Mahesvara, and stood in a town called Isvarapura. The name Banteay Srei means the "Citadel of Women", and is one of the first temples to be restored by the French. We also visit Ta Prohm, in its natural overgrown setting.

This afternoon we visit the magnificent grounds of the splendidly preserved 12th century temple of Angkor Wat. Considered the best example of ancient Khmer architectural, it is the largest and most impressive of all Cambodian monuments and generally regarded as one of the finest religious structures in the world. The construction mirrors the concept of the ancient universe and its bas relief carvings and intricate murals tell a fascinating story of life over 800 years ago. The "Apsaras", or Heavenly Dancers, have lost none of their grace and beauty as they dance frozen in time on the walls.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to weather, flight times and other scheduling considerations, the order in which Siem Reap area sightseeing is accomplished may change at the discretion of your Tour Leader.

Overnight in Siem Reap.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

 

Day 16 - Departure
Departure from Siem Reap.

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Meals: Breakfast

 

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*The red tour trail on the map does not represent the actual travel path.

 

Included:

• Breakfast daily and most dinners (or lunch) at local restaurants and some hotels are included
• All transport, accommodation, sightseeing and entrance fees for sites noted as 'visited' in the detailed itinerary
• Gratuities for drivers, restaurant staff, porters, local guides
• Airport transfers for land & air customers arriving / departing on tour dates

 

Not Included:

• Tour Leader gratuities, lunches, drinks, personal items (phone, laundry, etc), domestic and international (if applicable) air taxes, visa fees, and any excursions referenced as 'optional'
• Airport transfers for Land Only customers
• Optional trip cancellation insurance
• Our post-reservation trip notes offer further guidance on shopping, not included meals, visas and locally paid departure taxes

 

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Trip Notes

Group Size
10-18 plus Tour Leader

 

Staff & Support
Tour Leader, driver(s), and local step-on guides at various locations.

 

Accommodation
Hotels are modern, comfortable, well-located, air-conditioned, 3/4 star properties with en suite bath/ toilet. Laundry facilities and safe deposit boxes are available in most hotels either free or for a nominal fee. Most rooms include hairdryers and irons, mini-bar fridge, TV. Most hotels provide complimentary purified drinking water. Some hotels have swimming pools.

 

Transport & Travel Conditions
Land transport throughout will be by private air-conditioned bus. Most of the driving days are not long, usually no more than four hours, though road conditions are generally not great. Internal flights via scheduled regional carriers. The tour is not strenuous though it is busy; you must be steady on your feet and be able to endure some heat and long days. We have numerous walking tours and visit several sites that are large with steps and uneven surfaces. Porters are available at hotels but you must be able to manage with your baggage at airports.

 

Weather / Seasonality
Our tours in Southeast Asia operate during the cooler, drier time of year, Nov-Apr. That said, however, the entire region experiences a warm-hot tropical climate with humidity and a chance of rain showers at any time. Inland regions of Vietnam and Cambodia can experience extreme heat, especially Feb-Apr, when it is also very dry and landscapes are brown. Coastal regions—ie Central Vietnam—are cooled by sea breezes. Hanoi can be downright cold and damp, especially in Nov. Overall you should prepare for warm, sticky weather with the possibility of rain and some chilly nights/mornings in a few locales.

 

Out Factor
Our relaxed, low-key brand of travel lends itself well to this region, where gay culture is not overt, with the obvious exception of Thailand. There are no exclusively gay venues in Vietnam, Laos or Cambodia, so this is not a trip for that kind of nightlife, though our local contacts and guides provide intriguing insights on this aspect of local life. Generally, most people region-wide are very friendly and easy to meet, and English is widely spoken.

 

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Hotel Samples

The following is a sampling of our preferred properties in some of the locations visited on this tour and is meant to be indicative only. Hotel properties are not confirmed until 30-60 days before trip date.

 

Miracle Hometel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, Bangkok

Miracle Hometel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, BangkokLocated a 15-minute drive away from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport, the stylish Miracle Suvarnabhumi is easily accessible from the airport while its facilities include a rooftop pool.

Situated conveniently near to the airport, Miracle Suvarnabhumi offers good service paired with English speaking staff and provides a free shuttle service between the airport and hotel.

Miracle Hometel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, BangkokThe clean and spacious guestrooms at the Miracle Suvarnabhumi feature contemporary designs and are furnished with oriental details. Each air-conditioned room comes with a TV, minibar and work desk.

Enjoy a swim in the rooftop pool while admiring panoramic views of the city or pamper yourself with a luxurious spa treatment at the hotel.

Delight in Chinese, Thai and international cuisine served in the hotel's restaurants and coffee shop. Relax with a drink from the lobby bar or sing to your heart's content at the Karaoke lounge.

 

Chitchareune Moung Luang Hotel, Luang Prabang

Chitchareune Moung Luang Hotel, Luang PrabangA 5-minute walk from Dara Market, Chitchareune Moungluang Hotel provides modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. An outdoor pool and massage treatments are available.

Chitchareune Moungluang Hotel is a 2-minute drive from the Night Market and a 5-minute drive from Luang Prabang Airport. It is a 10-minute walk from the city's famous temples and the sacred Phousi Mount. Kuangsi Waterfall is a 35-minute drive away.

Chitchareune Moung Luang Hotel, Luang PrabangThe air-conditioned rooms feature a private balcony with views of the garden, pool or mountains. All come with a flat-screen TV and minibar. En suite bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub.

Laos and international cuisines are served at the hotel's restaurant. Breakfast is available, and can be served to the room upon request.

 

Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel, Hanoi

Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel, HanoiLocated in the heart of Hanoi, Mercure Hanoi La Gare combines French Colonial architecture with modern interior design. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel including its restaurant and garden courtyard. A fitness centre is also available.

Modern rooms feature flat-screen TVs with built-in panels for personal media devices. A minibar and a safety deposit box are included. The city or the hotel courtyard can be seen from the double glazed windows.

Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel, HanoiMercure Hanoi La Gare is a 10-minute walk to the Old Quarter and Temple of Literature. It is a 15-minute walk to Hoan Kiem Lake. ICE Exhibition centre is just a 5-minute walk away.

After a day of sightseeing, guests can relax at the Parisian-style terrace and enjoy views of Hanoi.

Brasserie Le Pavillon serves delicious Vietnamese and international specialities for breakfast. The bar offers a wide variety of cocktails, wines, and local and international beers. There is also a wine shop at the hotel.

 

Hoi An Glory Hotel & Spa, Hoi An

Hoi An Glory Hotel & SpaLocated just 500 m from the centre of Hoi An, Glory Hotel offers cosy accommodation with free internet access, a swimming pool and a spa.

Featuring local architecture, Glory Hoi An Hotel is about 3 km from Cua Dai beach and right next to a rice field. Hoi An's Ancient Quarter is only 500 m away while Hoi An Airport and Train Station is 35 km away.

Hoi An Glory Hotel & SpaRooms at Glory Hotel are fitted with satellite television, air conditioning and a private balcony offering views of the garden and rice fields or the pool. 24-hour room service is provided.

Facilities at Glory Hoi An Hotel include a business centre and tour desk. Free private parking is offered. Other amenities include a restaurant and bar.

 

Festival Hue Hotel, Hue

Festival Hue Hotel, HueLocated in Hue city centre, this hotel offers air-conditioned rooms just 500 m from the Huong River and Trang Tien Bridge. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are available.

Rooms at the Festival Hue Hotel have a balcony, a satellite TV and a tea/coffee maker. Some rooms have a jacuzzi and a spacious seating area.

Festival Hue Hotel, HueThe Ngu Ha River Restaurant serves authentic Hue dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients. Relaxation options include a massage room, a sauna and an outdoor swimming pool.

The Festival is just 12 km from Hue airport and 1 km from Hue Railway Station.

 

Duxton Hotel Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City

Duxton Hotel Saigon, Ho Chi Minh CityDuxton Saigon is a boutique hotel offering luxury accommodation on Nguyen Hue Boulevard. It is within walking distance of Ben Thanh Market, the Opera House and Saigon River. Free WiFi is provided in the entire property.

The Duxton Saigon provides river views, drinkable tap water, slippers and hairdryer. Some rooms include complimentary services such as daily newspaper and late check out.

Duxton Hotel Saigon, Ho Chi Minh CityDuxton Hotel's The Grill Restaurant serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Guests can also enjoy popular Singaporean, Malaysian, Indonesian and Western dishes along with the finest wines from around the world.

The hotel has a gym, a swimming pool, spa and several meeting rooms.

 

Holiday Villa Hotel, Phnom Penh

Holiday Villa Hotel, Phnom PenhLocated along Monivong Boulevard, the 3-star Holiday Villa Hotel City Centre Phnom Penh offers rooms and suites with a private bathroom and city views. It has a restaurant and 24-hour reception.

Featuring a French-colonial design, the hotel is a 5-minute walk to Commercial Canadia Tower and the famous neo-classical Centre Market. It is just 2 km from the lively river front, Royal Palace and National Museum. Phnom Penh International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

Holiday Villa Hotel, Phnom PenhAll rooms and suites are air-conditioned and include a cable TV and minibar. A private bathroom comes with free toiletries and shower.

Traditional Asian and Western dishes are served at Lagenda Fusion Restaurant, which also specialises in Halal food. The hotel's bar boasts a variety of cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks.

 

Somadevi Angkor Resort & Spa, Siem Reap

Somadevi Angkor Resort & Spa, Siem ReapSomadevi Hotel enjoys a great location in Siem Reap, just 10 minutes' drive from the world famous Angkor Wat Temple and a 5-minute walk from the popular Pub Street. It has a spa, health club, and an outdoor pool with hot tub.

Somadevi Hotel is a 15-minute drive from Siem Reap International Airport. It takes 5 minutes on foot to the Night Market and various dining and shopping options.

Somadevi Angkor Resort & Spa, Siem ReapFeaturing hardwood flooring, rooms at Somadevi Hotel come with a private balcony. Each room has cable TV, a minibar and coffee/tea making facilities. The attached bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and separate shower.

Buffet breakfast is served daily. Somadevi Café offers Khmer, Asian and European dishes. Snacks and drinks are available at Devi Lobby Lounge, which also shows movies and sports programs on a wide-screen TV.

 

 

 

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