Casa Serendipity Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the outskirts. We took a taxi way out, then found our bags, intact. Taking on our rolling maletas sealed the deal. We're not pilgrims now. We meandered around Burgos, purchased souvineer fans, and ate dinner by the cathedral. We had avocado salad and paella. We concluded our tour of Burgos, walked contra Camino to the bus station, and whooshed off to Granada with our feet up watching Spain pass by through the bus ...
We he a eventful morning in Bilbao. Tram to the Funicular train..up, up, up to the top of mount Alexander . Fantastic views. Found the best coffee house ever..with tasty breakfast...soon good. The sparrows liked it as well..see photo. We met a woman and her 3 yr old. They practised their English and she told of her pans on emigrating ...
... in 2006 and it commenced operation in 2009. It features several significant technological improvements over the earlier PS10. These include a receiver with higher efficiency, various improvements in the control and operational systems, and a better thermal energy storage system.
"PS20 consists of a solar field of 1,255 mirrored heliostats ...
... It's still hard to explain even as I live it, but somehow those moderate temps and sunny skies don't translate into the mildness I was expecting. For one thing, it's generally colder indoors than out, which means it's constantly in the 50s inside (if we're lucky, I suppose), given the usually marble floors and lack of direct sunlight. The transitory patches of direct sunlight are to be found in various coveted spots ...
... in Spain, so why hurry? We had some amazing food: small plates of local delicacies such as slow roasted Iberian pork cheek, thin chargrilled lamb cutlets, bacalao on tomato and toasted bread, garlic langoustines...washed down with vino blanco for Kerry and some Rioja for me. Perfecto! A dinner for total of about A$35. Today's instructions were to lunch in the Plaza del Salvador. Find the fish shop, buy some paper cones of whatever looks good, then go next door to the tavern ...