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London hotels - what does "en suite" mean to you?

London hotels - what does "en suite" mean to you?

Old Dec 22nd, 2002, 08:14 PM
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whatever
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Christina -

Thanks ever so for sharing your intimate knowledge of FRENCH facilities on a thread about LONDON hotels. All those translations of French hotel terminology are so helpful!

Everyone here knows that you're very knowledgeable about France, and many of your lenthy posts are helpful in that context. However, here, you just seem to be showing off for no useful purpose.
 
Old Dec 23rd, 2002, 01:37 AM
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I know Janis is very knowledgeable about travel here, but believe me, if I booked an en suite shower room or bathroom and it had no loo I would be well tee'd off and would not allow matters to rest.

 
Old Dec 23rd, 2002, 03:06 AM
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To Whatever, Thanks so much for being the guard dog of the thread. However, although this is a London thread, when I was in high school, en suite was FRENCH, not ENGLISH - had it been, I would have fared much better in foreign languages. Lighten up. Stop taking your anger out on the people who think they may actually get some good advice here.
 
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