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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... in 2009, we didn't do any tour and opted instead to look at Civitavecchia. There wasn't a lot to see but our walk took us through the streets where washing was hanging on string lines suspended from windows and balconies overhead. As we passed the Trajan Theatre we went inside the foyer and found an intricately painted ceiling. Returning to the waterfront we discovered a small crowd standing on the seawall looking out to sea. With many of them in uniform and the haunting sound ...
... knobbly spires, passion facade and nativity facade is a stone mass of incredible detail and symbolism. It's hard to fathom that if ever finished there will be eighteen spires, the tallest to be 560 feet tall, as it is already a huge building. But then upon entering we could see that this was nothing like any other church we had ever seen. The huge columns soared skywards, branching out just like a forest of large trees, to support a ...
... next 60km leading to Barcelona the rest of the route was an almost continuous smear of traffic and urbanity, with an agonizingly long section of endless (and seemingly interminable) red lights. And my mirror, having decided it had endured enough pounding for a lifetime, simply broke off as I pedalled along.
In Badalona we got off route again after misinterpreting the instructions, and once ...
... just as entertaining as spinning the story in the first place! After he took it rough we did feel a little bad, but just had to find new travellers to didn’t know us yet so we could fool again J
We vowed to give out livers a rest tonight and decided to head out for a nice dinner together and have a second attempt at the fountain show. Walking to the Rambala street again we found a cool looking tapas bar, we ...
... look so elegant for the most part although women in the rural areas don't appear to be so preoccupied as they work *********gside their husbands tilling the soil, caring for the sheep, cows, horses, etc. a much harder physical life for them. I loved their history and their pride in their national story, the care for their historical buildings, although with so many to care for this will take much money and time. Many will fall by the wayside in more remote areas I suspect. ...