Arrival/Check-In: Upon arriving at the Hotel Bel-Air, I was directed over a bridge to reception. It was like walking through a tropical paradise with gardens all around. The bridge provided a view of a pond and three beautiful swans (Hercules, Athena and Chloe).
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Name: Bjørn Kjos Title: CEO Company, city: Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA; Oslo, Norway Number of employees: 3,000 Recent project: Setting up a base of operations in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; London; and Alicante, Spain First job: I was in the military Special Forces. I also served as an Air Force pilot. Little-known fact about you: I published a spy thriller, The Murmansk Affair, in 2007.