AC Hotel La Finca by Marriott
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... Goya's Gainsborough and many others. There were obviously security guards everywhere but you could really get up close and personal to the artworks. You could hire an audio guide which was really good.
I purchased a guide to the Prado. Museum (in. Englishman) which is probably going to put me over a weight limit.
A thoroughly enjoyable ...
... some part of the world. But we are just uninitiated for the most part. They are probably still talking about us arriving with our starbucks in hand and not knowing how to order, and only ordering water! By now it was 10 pm, we started to wander home as the locals were just starting their evening! We got home, looked out our balcony for a while, i knitted a bit and off to bed, wondering what Tuesday morning would bring as far as weather goes! Well, tuesday morning arrived ...
... with huge cypress trees and beautiful "Kodak" picture spots. There were greens in squares you saw through to the castle. There was a 300 year old magnolia tree and bougainvillea and roses and more water and fountains. Beautiful. This tour took more than two hours and was wonderful. Our guide was the best!
At 6:00 p.m. we got back on the bus to the hotel. We're on our own for dinner so we walked back to the area Peggy and I had gone to - but everything was ...
... local church but no name up anywhere. Afterwards I had a restful reflexology for my feet. Shops don't close until 9and it's not dark until after 9.30 At 8 pm we walked until we found by accident a street festival. It was so vibrant with food smells, music, people laughing and talking. We found a table for dinner and had delicious local fare and sangria and just soaked in ...
... my life and my story, made an effort to make me feel welcome and safe even when I was so damn far from home. I don't like the religious connotations of the word blessed, and I don't believe lucky is the right word. But there is a word out there that describes just how fortunate I have been to meet all of you. Individually, there are a few people that I would love to acknowledge and embarrass. Jess Tasso was the one who got me to embark on this particular crazy adventure, if not for ...