Axor Feria Hotel
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... 8217;s a beautiful town with eye-goggling architecture at every turn, a festive atmosphere, flamenco-flamenco-flamenco … and the best ice cream I found anywhere in Spain or France! As you may remember from Avi’s guest post, I have a bit of a thing for ice cream, so discovering an excellent heladerķa right across the road from my hotel was a major bonus. It didn’t open till noon, so ice cream for breakfast was not an option, but I ...
... for helping to save the Abu Simbel Temple from flooding by the Aswan Dam.
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... spending nearly 2 weeks in Madrid and realizing how much this country has in itself, I've come to decide on sticking to trips to: Barcelona, Valencia, Andalucia, and Morocco. While I may find a new place to go, so far this is my agenda for the big weekend trips coming up in the next 2 months. More updates on that are sure to come!
Thanks for reading. I'm still finding my stride with this thing, so bear with me as I get a good flow going in the next few posts.