Aparthotel G3 Galeon
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... the palace from the 18th century, decorated in the Islamic style.
We got back to the hotel at 4pm, to rest until 6pm before heading out to check out the remaining attractions in the cool of the evening. On this expedition we checked out the following – Casa de Don Bosco, a modernist house with great views over the escarpment; Palacio de Mondragon, important 16th century example of the Mudejar style; Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor, the ...
... car every day, making some money through this virtual form of hitch hiking.
I stayed in Berlin for 4 days on an average budget of €30 (R391) per day. I really enjoyed Berlin and it was much cheaper than Italy, mainly because I stayed with friends, thus free accommodation and cheap food. I had a great time with Johanna, a German girl that I met diving in Perhentian island in Malaysia, and Riaan and Nel expat friends from SA. It was nice staying ...
... don't do it justice, but it's amazing inside! Certainly worth the visit.Next stop was to have some lunch, it was pretty late now (2.30pm) so we headed to the otherside of town to a recommended cafe for a local delicacy called Francesehna....translated it means little French girl hahaha!!! A little dodgy, but everyone has told us we must go and try it! (Gary had a ****** one 2 days ago, so he didn't have high hopes) but I was ...
... it. I debated if I should go back inside where it was safe, or take a risk and venture out. Jonathan advised me to stay, but I saw another bus and I took my chances. The bus ride was about 45 minutes long and once we arrived I got wifi and ventured to the garden. It was beautiful but nothing extraordinary. I took pictures and walked around the Uppsala campus which was very cool. There were cannons everyone and great views of the city. I sat on a bench for awhile and looked out over ...
... throw it. Sim thought no that how it was meant to smell so ate majority of it.... I'll save you the details but he wasn't dying and didn't need ICU.. Still even now he will tell you he was and that he did need ICU.. After Seville it was onto Cadiz. Cadiz is the oldest city in Europe so we thought it would be well worth the visit. The city of Cadiz itself is actually on a little island that is 1.2km wide x 1.8km long and connected with one bridge to the mainland of Spain. ...