Club Magic Life, (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt)
Club Magic Life Hotel/Resort Sharm El Sheikh We went here last year in August and have now booked to go back again in November. The food and cocktails are out of this world. Food - The main buffet restaurant changes its full décor every night and they have a different food theme on every night too. If you are ... walking past the buffet restaurant during the day in between lunch and dinner you will actually see the staff carrying in giant Italian, Mexican, Egyptian etc decor such as giant flags and seahorses and tents. They literally change the look of the full restaurant each night on a fortnightly cycle. For the Al La Carte restaurants they have a sea food one, an Egyptian one and a Spanish one and all are delicious. You can book each one once per week, so if you go for a week you can make 3 bookings and if you go for 10 days or more you can book it 5 or 6 times. Breakfast is also really good, you get things like French toast, cereals and fruits and sausages. Not quite the same as a UK fry up, but I like that they are different options on offer as I'm not that much of a fan of the fry up anyways. They also have a gorgeous little café up a tower (Café Sissi) that serves cake and coffee all day and has been decorated like a really fancy church with all paintings up the walls and ceilings.
Rooms: They have double beds!! Not those hilarious holiday twin beds that are popped next to each together, proper double beds. The rooms are nicely laid out with freshly painted white walls and burgundy seats and covers on the beds and the furniture is all dark wood. You can see the design from the website. We booked the lowest priced room option which was the "double room with garden view" and found it to be very spacious and the view of the gardens was also lovely as the grounds are very well kept. The bathroom is a bit "Sopranos" all cream/brown Italian marble but even though it's not modern in the bathroom, it is clean and very functional and there is a good light above the bathroom mirror for makeup. Your fridge in the room is re- stocked with water and fizzy pop daily at no extra cost.
The hotel grounds: These are lovely, there is a tennis court, a gym, lots of flowery gardens and there is loads of room so you can have a great wander about without constantly bumping in to people. There are loads of trees and they have made a real effort to decorate the gardens to at every other turn there is something new to see such as illuminated toad stools, boats with floral arrangements in them and Egyptian statues.
Bars: There are at least 5 bars that I can remember, the sports bar has branded spirits and you can sit inside it and watch a bit of sports and they bring you nibbles to have with your drinks. It is like an old tavern, rather than the usual idea of a sports bar and has wicker furniture and glass tables, it actually made us feel like we were sitting inside a massive conservatory The rest of the bars cover the beach, an area right in the middle of the complex and around the pool and one has internet access. ALL bars do amazing cocktails. Our faves were pina colads, island colads and mai tai's, but there was around 20 or more on offer at each bar. My OH said the beer was drinkable and at the restaurants you can get bottles of wine with your meal (all as part of the all inclusive price). The bars were all really nicely laid out and stylishly decorated (you will see them on the 360 tour) and all had a really friendly atmosphere.
Tanning: There are 3 areas to sunbathe, the activities pool where they do aqua aerobics and it was a constant source of hilarity. The quiet pool for folks wanting to read their books and chill out pool side and the beach. We loved the beach, it had separate cabanas and the bar had all the cocktails on offer. The jetty was fab too and we walked along it every day (I'm not keen on the water but still managed it) and the snorkelling off the end of the jetty looked amazing, I only snorkelled in the very shallow water but my OH went in off the deep end and was hooked!
Entertainment: The hotel put on a lot of things at night, bingo, gala dinners, theatre shows, sports in the sports bar, parties down the beach and other themed nights. If you want to get a copy of their schedule, use the email address on the website and they will send the most recent programme. We did do trips out to the Pyramids and the shopping centres last time but when we go back we will happily spend the full 14 nights in the hotel. If you wanted to you can go out and about via the Thomson rep's trips but the hotel also have a taxi and mini bus which is really reliable and take you to each of the main pubs/shopping areas and you just arrange the time they will pick you up and it is much cheaper than via Thomson.
The staff: The staff were all really friendly and helpful. We didn't have any major issues while on holiday but any questions on things like currency, getting extra juice sent to the room and arranging a taxi were all dealt with super quick and in a really nice way. The staff do seem to work long hours but even at the end of the day they are all still very forthcoming in their offers to help you and being happy and friendly towards the guests.
You can only book this hotel via the First Choice or Thomson website as it is one of their exclusives so watch it for a couple of weeks if you do fancy it as prices go up and down. It is one of their platinum hotels and this means you are the first to be dropped off from the airport and the last to be picked up on the way back which was actually really quite a bonus.
The cocktails were so good it was at the beach drinking them that we decided to get married!
If you are interested to go to this hotel here is the link to the company website, you just need to click on Sharm El Sheikh to find it, have a look at the 360 tour if you can as it really gives you a good idea of the lay out
For a cocktail lover like me this hotel is ideal. It is a bit more expensive than other hotels very close to it, but friends have been to those and this hotel and have always commented that the food and drink is not as good in the other hotels so we are happy to pay a bit more to get the better drinks and food. If you are thinking of going drop me a line and I can answer any questions you have.
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Hotel Suite Atlantis Fuerteventura (Spain)
After weeks of constant earache from my girlfriend and endless 'discussions' involving me telling her I categorically did not want to go on holiday this year - I eventually submitted. What a girl wants, she gets! I agreed to a last minute holiday in the sun. After scouting the internet for last minute deals we stumbled across a ... reasonably priced 4-star hotel in Fuerteventura, courtesy of FirstChoice. It had an overwhelming amount of positive reviews so we thought, after much debate, we would book a week away! My girlfriend, being somewhat of the obsessive type, checked review sites daily to see what people had been saying about the hotel. Sadly, the most recent reviews weren't great. Tales of cockroaches, broken air-conditioning units and unfriendly staff introduced an air of reluctance regarding our week away in the sun. Sadder still, the tales were true!
When my girlfriend and I go away, we usually travel with her parents. So, although we have been on 3 previous holidays together, this was our first alone! The thought was quite daunting. They say that first holiday together is what makes or breaks a relationship! Can you deal with her/him for an entire week, alone, constantly? As this was our first true holiday 'together', I really hoped the hotel would prove those harsh critics wrong and deliver us a wonderful, unforgettable experience. It was unforgettable - but for the completely wrong reasons.
~~~ Initial Impressions ~~~
If there was ever a wrong way to start a holiday, this would have been the perfect example. Arriving at Suite Hotel Atlantis, on-time and without delay, we were greeted by the front-end staff who gave us a quick 5 minute talk about the hotel. Where to find things, what time breakfast and dinner was - the usual 'need-to-knows' when arriving at your hotel. We were also given a map of the resort, although it is not a large resort, it is somewhat spacious and the map does help in finding your way around. The lady marked on the map where our room was and we set off on our way. Arguably the furthest room away from the reception area, we arrived, carted our luggage up a steep flight of stairs, only to find that the room had not been cleaned. The bed was a mess and there were cigarette butts in the ashtray. We were pretty displeased; but being a typical British couple we made little fuss - asking if we could move to a room that had been cleaned. Carting our luggage all the way back to the reception area, the staff offered little apology. Quite horrendous behaviour for a four star hotel.
Furthermore, we were given a replacement room and told it was situated in a much better area of the resort. Which would have been true - if we were 12 year old children. The area we were given was directly adjacent to the children and toddlers pool. Accompanying this prime location, was the fantastic sounds of crying and banging children - pretty much throughout the entire day (particularly early mornings) - which made mornings a delight. I hope by now you have recognised the sarcastic tone for which I write. Arriving at this replacement room, we found it to be - similarly to the previous room - of an unsatisfactory standard. In the room was a cot (yes, a babies cot) which had obviously been used by the previous residents (I guess this because of the strong aroma which could be smelt nearby). Continually, trying to understand the air-conditioning remote was like solving a Rubik's cube. We had to call a member of the maintenance staff down to sort it out for us because we could not get it to work. To add to this delightful start to our holiday, the sofa in the suite (which can also be used as a bed) seemed to be the subject of severe cleanliness-deprivation; providing the room with a strong sweat-like smell. Fab.
The quality of the room was also pretty poor considering it is a 4-star hotel. The decor was old and displeasing to look at, there was mold on one of the walls which the air-conditioning unit was situated, the air-conditioning unit itself leaked (which would explain the mold) and the neighbouring walls were far too thin (which would explain our ability to hear the children banging), all-in-all it was in need of a splash of paint and a few visits to IKEA. A pretty poor start to the holiday I might say!
~~~ Restaurants, Food and Drink ~~~
After this pretty abysmal start to our holiday, we made our way to the 'Restaurant Gaudi' were the evening meals were served. There are three restaurants situated on the premise of the resort - Gaudi, Rambutan and Eldorado Rock Cafe. Gaudi is the main restaurant - serving all three meals a day. Rambutan serves breakfast only but provides a 'Pool Snack Bar' service for lunchtime and throughout the majority of the day. Both Rambutan and Eldorado offered a booking service - whereby you can book prior to eat at the restaurant for an evening meal. This service was offered on Tuesdays and Fridays only. Upon entering the restaurant we were greeted by a chauffeur-type employee, who ushered us to the adults-only area of the restaurant. Now, when I read 'adults-only', I think 'adults-only'. So the fact that there were children sitting in this area is pretty hard to explain. The restaurant staff made little, if any attempt to move children away from the adults-only area, which begs the question, why have an adults-only area at all?
The variety of the food available was excellent - though (and I speak on my girlfriends behalf aswell) not to the most of British tastes. Snails, rabbits and octopus are all delicacies which I do not consider delicacies at all. A lot of the nights my girlfriend and I would eat soup or paté simply because the food was so extravagant. I understand the phrase 'When in Rome' might apply here, but I simply could not stomach eating a rabbit or the tentacles of an octopus. There were nights were there was food that we could eat, and I'd even go to the lengths of saying we enjoyed it, but for the majority of the holiday, as mentioned, we ate paté on bread or soup. There was a young Somalian chef who made a mean steak, which was for me, the highlight of the food on display. Being all-inclusive felt like a waste considering we largely ate bread rolls, but the peace of mind that accompanies an all-inclusive board basis goes to some lengths as to compensate the poor food on display!
My girlfriend and I booked the Restaurant Rambutan for the Saturday night, were they had a BBQ going! This was a nice addition to the holiday and provided some variety. Upon arrival at the restaurant we were greeted with champagne and a waiter who guided us to our table - very nice. The food was good, considerably better than the food served at Gaudi, and for one night we had full bellies to go to bed on. I would definitely recommend booking one of these evening meals.
The drinks the hotel had to offer were pretty standard. All-inclusive allows for an unlimited amount of refills on soft drinks, beer, wine and a limited number of cocktails at the hotels choosing. I think, from what I can recall, there were 8 cocktails included in the all-inclusive board basis. They even had a cocktail named after the hotel, which I have to say was pretty nice. The bar staff were friendly for the most part, but we did encounter a few who looked horrified that we had 'dared' to ask them for a drink! The staff did seem to put huge amounts of alcohol in the drinks - we asked on a number of occasions for a little bit of a vodka in one of the non-alcoholic cocktails, and they poured more than half a glass of vodka (no exaggeration), smiling at you as they were doing it! I think possibly because of our youth they thought we wanted to get drunk, but there is a dividing line between getting drunk and having your stomach pumped! They also served daiquiri's, which for those of you who don't know, is an ice based drink similar to a slush puppy. However, they only served these at the reception bar, which meant you had to trundle your way to reception and back again just to get the drink you wanted, which was a little annoying!
~~~ The Resort, Pools and Activities ~~~
Suite Hotel Atlantis is a lot different to other hotels I have stayed in. Typically, your average hotel consists of a large reception area and many adjacent corridors and floors where the rooms are situated. Atlantis has its rooms dispersed over the entire resort, kind of like mini villas. The rooms are outside and consists of a maximum of two floors. Dependent on where you room is situated can be quite advantageous - you can open the front door in the morning at already be at the pool. None of this trundling down corridors and out of the reception area to get to the pool. Similarly to the food, the hotel has a large variety of pools - having 7 in total! There are pool bars located near to all of the pools, so getting a drink during the mid-day heat is no problem! Also, due to number of pools and small amount of rooms (totaling around the 300 mark I recall) there is never any problem getting a sunbed. On previous holidays, my girlfriend or I would have to wake up at an incredibly early hour just to ensure we could get a few sunbeds next to one another. At Suite Hotel Atlantis, there is no such problem. We woke up between 9 and 10 o'clock each day and never had any problem getting sunbeds.
Of the 7 pools, only one of them is an adults-only pool. The lifeguards and other passing members of staff would often have to tell parents with children to relocate to another pool - due to the fact that 'adults-only' is poorly displayed. There is only one (tiny) sign that tells users that the pool is adults-only, so one cannot blame parents for taking their children in! The lifeguards were pretty strict and had a no-tolerance approach to children using the adults pool. Some parents would complain when asked to leave because their rooms would be right outside the pool, but they had no leg to stand on - it's not like there was a lack of choice or anything!
A large amount of the sunbeds, were in a word, rubbish! The newer sunbeds (probably 80% total) all had the fabric stretched across them too tight, which made for an annoying ordeal when lying down. The sunbed would often dislodge from the rung you had put them in when you sat down, which made in difficult when trying to lay flat! Only the older sunbeds which had been worn-in allowed you to lay flat and choose which rung you wanted the head support in! Being a keen reader, it also made reading books difficult!
Booking with FirstChoice, there is always a 'Welcome Meeting' the following day after your arrival. These welcome meetings compose of a travel rep talking you through the resort, where the best places to go are and what the best things are to do! The range of activities offered by FirstChoice was overwhelming and it took us a good half-an-hour to read through the brochure and decide what we wanted to do. There was a Waterpark, a Catamaran day out, a Submarine, Quad bikes/Buggies to hire - the list goes on. We opted for a day at the Waterpark and a 'Restaurant Night'. The Restaurant Night was absolutely fantastic value. For Euro18 you got a three course meal and 4 drinks - each - at a restaurant called La Playita next to the harbour in Correlajo! Expecting nothing wonderful (at a price of Euro18 you can see why) we were completely gobsmacked how nice the food was and the variety that was on offer! The Waterpark, on-the-other-hand, was a complete disaster!
Baku Waterpark is the only Waterpark, I am led to believe, on the island of Fuerteventura. After witnessing the heights of Siam Park in Tenerife two years earlier, I knew this could never compare. How right I was. Baku Waterpark is an absolute rip-off. A waste of a day. Extortionately priced with a plethora of dreadful rides. Exactly what you don't want when visiting a Waterpark. Our travel rep told us it was a must day out, although I wish he had been more honest because it was absolutely awful. Before I start my rant, I have to say the weather was not great the day we went and did add to the disappointment. However, regardless of the weather, this Waterpark is disgraceful. Having a total of eight slides, a lazy river, children's area and wave pool, the prospects looked good. Charging us Euro25 for the day, we thought we were set for the day! Wrong. Firstly, we were told we had to rent a locker, which required a Euro5 deposit and Euro4 charge. Then, when we wanted to go on the two 'best' (I use the term loosely) rides, we were told we could not go on without rubber rings. We went to the place the rubber rings were given out, only to be told it was another Euro5 and Euro4 charge - per ring. We went ahead with renting the rings - only to find that the Waterpark had rent-free rings that could be used for no charge. I was absolutely fuming!
Continually, accompanying the feel that I had just been mugged was a nice bump to the head. The slide which required a rubber ring was extremely dangerous. My ring got upturned (banging my head) when going down the slide and it shooted over the edge. Also, for the time that I was actually in my ring, I was getting dangerously close to the edge of the slide! Quite appalling. Also, the floor around the lazy river was littered with cigarette butts and pieces of cement which had dislodged itself from the floor. A shocking state of affairs. You'd think they could afford to employ a maintenance team with all the money they are practically stealing from your back pocket. A disappointment. Categorically avoid.
~~~ Nightlife and Entertainment ~~~
The plaza is located just outside the main restaurant, Gaudi. Here, there is a large bar, plenty of seating, a theater with play reenactments for the children, often a holiday stall and the Eldorado Rock Cafe - which at night transforms into an adults only bar! By the way of entertainment, there isn't much. Apart from the theater for the children, there is little entertainment, which at times can be rather boring as an adult. Usually on holiday we are subjected to some sort of live music or band and often a man with exotic birds - here, there is nothing. There is however, a man who will draw your caricature for a Euro10 fee, but other than that the entertainment is pretty non-existent. The adults-only bar is a welcome addition, especially if you want to avoid the noisy hustle and bustle of the plaza floor. We found ourselves sitting up there (its on a balcony) most nights.
The main port of Corralejo is a 15 minute walk away. There is a stretch of beach which takes you directly to the main strip, which is a delight to walk when the sun has set. In Corralejo, you will find all the standard holiday-type shops; offering all your heart desires, from souvenirs to fake Raybans. There is a plethora of restaurants, ranging from steakhouses to tapas bars. The streets are clean and the sea-air fresh - it is a lovely relaxing place to go when you've had enough of the hotel plaza.
~~~ Summary ~~~
Its awfully sad reminiscing back, that our first holiday 'together' was somewhat ruined by the hotel. From the moment we arrived we felt inundated with setbacks and flaws, and wherever we went in the hotel we could find something that wasn't quite right. My girlfriend found it acceptable to point out to me the state of the wall I had been sitting next too in the restaurant, on the last day. It had been hand-painted with a typical 'Fuertaventuran' landscape. What the painting was hiding however, was the condition of the wall. The wall was covered with remnants of food that had been splashed from peoples plates. Quite disgusting I must say. This, for me, summed up the entire hotel. From a distance it looks beautiful, with 7 large elegant pools, a beautiful reception area and friendly staff. But when you take a closer look, you actually find that it is not as once seemed. The kids pools are overcrowded, the sunbeds aren't quite fitted right and there is mold on the walls of your suite. This hotel can never be a 4-star hotel, surely? Well, in the reception area of the hotel, you will find the walls plastered with certificates praising the hotel. 5.1 / 6 from Tripadvisor. 4.5 / 5. 4 / 5 star. Perhaps we were just the subject to a series of events which forced our hand in concluding this hotel is overrated. Regardless, my opinion stands - an average hotel and an average experience.
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Mirage Hotel Las Vegas (USA)
Well where do I start with this one?! There's so much to see and do you could have a week long holiday without ever leaving the MGM Mirage hotel. For full details visit Mirage.com ===Location=== The hotel is located right in the middle of the main street in Las Vegas, known as "The Strip", and as such is ... ideally located for everything. It's an imposing building coloured in gold and red colours, one of the iconic modern hotels in Vegas. It's a three pronged hotel, i.e. has a central section which three long sides of the hotel emerge in different directions, which seems to be a popular design in Vegas with a few other hotels in the vicinity adopting it.
Next door is Caesars Palace; star of many a film, most notably the Hangover 1 and 3. The other side is Treasure Island, and a free train is provided between the two, which in the heat of the desert is a welcome treat! Across the road is Harrah's and Casino Royale, another pair of popular and somewhat cheaper hotels.
During the week most hotels in Vegas are fairly reasonably priced, and there are hotels to suit every budget. I would describe the Mirage as a mid-range priced hotel, and you'd be looking at around £50 per night during the week, rising to £150 or more at weekends. The prices vary massively from weekend to weekend depending on what events are on either at the hotel, or nearby hotels that week. If you're looking for a bargain, check out if there are any major conferences (Consumer Electronics Show for example), or any major boxing matches planned for the times you're looking to travel.
One thing that won't show as part of your "Total Cost" on most hotel booking sites is the resort fee, and its one not to forget. Most of the mainstream hotels charge this fee and at the Mirage its $25 per room per night. This covers free WiFi, use of the pool and other similar benefits you might expect for free in another hotel.
I arrived at a fortunate time as there were no check in queues when I got there. I did walk past reception a number of times during my stay and saw some queues, but not excessive as I noticed at other hotels.
The person on reception was very polite, courteous and explained everything clearly. Everything was handled efficiently and she made sure we knew exactly where to go. Due to the layout of the hotel, we had to walk through the casino with our luggage to get to the guest elevators, while not ideal, it wasn't really an issue.
This is Vegas, everything is big! Even the standard, lowest rate rooms offer comfortable, spacious surroundings and because of the layout of the hotel, you can get great views wherever your room is. All rooms are fully air conditioned, have additional comfortable seating as well as a bed which comes in all sorts of sizes. Flat screen TV's are standard, with a wide range of available channels, including the hotels own channel advertising their own and sister hotel shows and events.
The bathrooms are clean and well presented, again quite spacious compared to hotels I'm used to.
One thing to watch out for in the room though, the mini bar and pressure sensitive display! On top of the desk in each room is a tray containing nuts, crisps, and other snacks. These are balanced on pressure sensitive pads and if you touch or move the products they'll be charged directly to your room. The mini bar has similar functionality, and all can be extremely expensive.
The casino is just like you see in the movies, rows and rows of slot machines, video games, and of course the tables. Even the bars have built in games so you can play video poker while ordering your drinks.
This is a modern casino and the machines reflect that, most being touch screen, or at least all button controlled, long gone are the days of needing to pull the arm on the side of the machine. Having said that, some of even the most modern machines still have the arms, some just for show, but some do work alongside the new buttons. All machines take notes rather than coins, and provide your winnings (if you're lucky enough!) on a printed voucher which you can cash in at one of the many cash machines on site. The vouchers can also be used on other slot machines.
The traditional table based games are all available, from beginners tables to a special section for high rollers. They also offer some lessons in how to play these games during the day. There's always plenty of available tables at literally any time of the day. The tables tend to be quite quiet during the week, but there's nothing quite like the atmosphere of the casino on a Friday or Saturday night, where its absolutely buzzing!
All the mainstream hotels have various shows, and a number of them have residencies of Cirque du Soleil, the Mirage is no exception. The Cirque show here is called Love and is a show based on the popular band The Beatles. Also resident is a ventriloquist, Terry Fator, and the 80's boy band Boyz II Men.
There are 2 main pools at the mirage, the main pool and the nude pool. The main pool is a fairly decent size, and attracts a lot of people. There's always plenty room in the pool, but unfortunately it does struggle around the pool with the number of available sun loungers. All the loungers are extremely close together which can sometimes feel a bit uncomfortable.
The nude pool is advertised as European style bathing and is simply a place where you can go topless. It's in a secluded part of the complex so you don't need to worry about anyone peeking!
Waitress service is available, and you can charge expenses directly to your room. There's also a few bars around the pool areas and a couple of additional temporary bars appear on busy days/weekends.
The main attractions at the Mirage are the volcano and the animal sanctuary.
The volcano is located out the front of the hotel in the middle of the small lake between the hotel and the strip. The volcano has water gushing out during the day creating a pleasant water feature. At night, every hour from 6pm there is a volcano show, where the volcano "erupts". The main eruption is a mix of water and orange/red lights which look great at night, supplemented by flamethrower devices on the sides of the volcano and across the lake. It's an impressive sight, all set to music and definitely one to see.
The animal sanctuary is open daily and is within the site of the hotel. There are 2 large pools with dolphins and an underground viewing platform where you can see them swimming under water. In the 2 pools there are regular "training sessions" (not shows!), where the dolphins perform all manner of tricks and dives demonstrating what clever and amazing animals they really are.
Behind the dolphin pools is a small area containing Lions, tigers, leopards and pumas. I have to say I was a bit disappointed with this feature, as some of the enclosures were absolutely tiny, particularly the leopards.
There are plenty shops within the hotel, and an even bigger shopping centre just next door in Caesars.
There are lots of restaurants on site, catering for all the most common food tastes. This includes amongst others, the classic American burger joint, New York style deli, Brazilian steakhouse, Japanese, and if that's not enough, there's an all you can eat buffet which has around 15 nationalities within it.
The all you can eat restaurant is also open for breakfast where for around $18 you can eat as much as you can manage. Careful not to go beyond 10.30am for breakfast as after then it's all you can each brunch which is around $25 per person.
One things for sure, you'll never go hungry!
* Quality 4/5
* Location 5/5
* Attractions/Entertainment 4/5
* Overall 4/5
The hotel is an amazing spectacle and one which I'd definitely recommend. The staff were friendly and helpful, everything was clearly signed, and the room was spacious, comfortable and clean.
The location of the hotel is ideal, very easy to access everything. A short walk to the other main hotels on the strip, a 20 minute taxi from the airport, a similar time to "old Vegas"/Freemont street area.
If you've not been to Vegas, everything will have the wow factor and the MGM Mirage hotel will be no different. If you're a seasoned traveller to Vegas and looking for a wow factor, you may be better off at one of the newer hotels such as the Wynn or Encore...but be prepared to pay substantially more.
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3 Stars Hotel International
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