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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and I didn't want the snow melting on my carpet so I stupidly put them in the kitchen sink and then caught the tap with my elbow filling one wellie with water. It does take a long time to dry out a wet wellie.
Treacle has been very quiet since we got off the ferry and has the squitters again - bother.
Apart from 5 other British motorhomes on the caravan site there was no one else staying there. The Brits had all planned a single ...
Out at 10.30 went to see if friend Virginia was at work but on holiday then off to buy to presents in town. Breakfast on Main Street cafe back to hotel check out by 12.00. Bus at 12.30. Airport by 13.00. Plane on time at 15.10 arrive Stansted 16.30. Dispatched Mo home then drive to Mum arrive ...
Out by 11.00 queuing by the hotel for the Offrenda de Fruita breakfast then watch processions until 13.00. Down to Plaza de Pilar couldn't find fruit it goes into the cathedral then distributed immediately so no display. We takes more photos of the flowers and watch the children performing La Jota and singing sometimes in tune, but lovely to watch, everyone applauded whatever! Aperitif at ...
Out at 10.30 already queuing with their flowers for the Offreda de Flores. Everyone in costume looked great. Had breakfast then down to plaza to see major and feign arteries dav their flowers then off to buy bullfight tickets by 12.30. Went to Aljaferia, castle free and ...
A lovely sunny day to see the best of the city. We breakfast in a small cafe, visit Dali exhibition, before making for the Cathedral. We sit and watch some of the traditional dancing and singing in the Plaza del Pilar before going in the Cathedral. It is huge inside and people are queuing to touch The Pilar. We then retrace last nights walk onto the bridge before checking out the artisan stalls along the waterside. Back into town to find La Fuella, ...