Houellebecq's latest. Goes a bit gentler than usual
I don't actually, we've been quite a few times but normally we just kinda play, sleep, eat, play, sleep, come home... can probably put together a few tips though - particularly regarding playing, sleeping and eating...This place called Hotelier hosts experimental music shows in what looks like a repurposed swimming pool. Very nice little place, I'm sure Rich knows it. Nice cheap wine and food as well.
The event is March 16-18, but I still need to arrange travel logistics. It would be my first time overseas! Wanted to ask you (or the one other person I know there) what the best lodging arrangement would be in my case.I don't actually, we've been quite a few times but normally we just kinda play, sleep, eat, play, sleep, come home... can probably put together a few tips though - particularly regarding playing, sleeping and eating...
When do you go @Clinamenic ? We will be there at some point in March I think.
Thanks - looking at their rates now, seemingly very affordable. plus i'll be able to deduct these expenses anyway.Hmmm, probably Airbnb, but I'm not an expert cos we either stay with friends or stay at Hotel Selina for free... actually Selina might be worth checking, it's got dorms so I guess is cheap but has good facilities and is very central.
Also very cool - seems around the same, pricing-wise, for a private room.Disfrute de uma estadia relaxante no Hotel de charme Castelo Santa Catarina no Porto, Portugal. Melhor preço garantido. Reserve aqui. Site Oficialwww.castelosantacatarina.com
Reading Sabbath's Theatre by Roth. I reached a point quite early on where I was bored with all the fucking and cunts etc. But I pushed past it and I'm glad I did now.
He's evoking a sex obsessed mindset which means being boring and monomaniacal at times. But there's obviously something more painful going on that the satyromaniac is trying to fuck and wank away. (And YES, I identify with this, this mastering-me masturbation.)
Not sure what a woman would make of it, mind you. My mum is a huge Roth fan but this is the one she couldn't read, presumably because of the horrific obscenity of it all.