AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... Plaza de Espana located down from our hotel and then to the Royal Palace (Palacio Real). Behind the Royal Palace, we stumbled upon San Francisco el Grande Basilica, where mass was taking place. The church was exquisite and it was very interesting to be part of the service to take in all the sights and sounds of such a formal occasion.
After leaving the church, we crossed over Segovia Viaduct (Viaducto de la calle Sergovia), a bridge know for ...
... towards the Plaza Mayor. The streets were lovely and filled with tapas bars brimming with locals - obviously a place we need to return to. Thus is where we dost depart company (anyone getting the Shakespeare reference?). Sue went off to enjoy the Temple of De Bod, a temple gifted to Spain by the Egyptian government and Jeff went off to find sustenance and wine - anyone noticing the division of labour? Another perfect night in Spain ending with a glass of ...
... some great food! Our kids are amazing, and several people have stopped by to tell us how much they have enjoyed seeing our kids eat! I know, I don't think any person in any restaurant in the US has ever been happy to see the Heiner's enter their place! Our kids have been so great to try everything that we have offered, and most the time at least one of them really likes it.
We celebrated Oliver's 6th birthday this past ...
... to eat and get out so they can fill your table with more customers. Not here. He would have let us sit there all day if we didn't ask. Finally, our last adventure lands is back in our apartment. We all clean ourselves up and try to figure out how to meet up with Jordan tomorrow. But in between this since we had been in the same clothes over 24 hours we thought it'd be a good idea to wash them in this washer thing here. Nope. Not the best idea we've ...
... and in Rome itself. So I've got the whole "Roman architecture and ruins" things down.
Avila is the place where Teresa of Avila lived and died. She's one of my favorite Saints - a real spiritual power house. She's the one who convinced the pope to move back from Avignon to Rome. She wrote "The Interior Castle," which is a description of the progression of a soul towards becoming more and more wholeheartedly God's. And she was ...