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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and kitchen for us to cook some pasta. We are the only ones here and are just loving the peace and quiet of this very large property! Tomorrow we are so excited as we get to the Iron Cross where we leave our stone from home, i know it will be very emotional for us because lately everything just is. I am missing my home and my Dale and all my babies and grandbabies. It ...
... It's near Puerta de Toledo but we walked around for ten minutes before we asked a police officer for directions. There were a lot of people there and there were a lot of tables set up selling almost everything. There were selling bags, clothes, jewelry, shoes, paintings, and more. I bought a lot of gifts for my familia and a bag for me. We left El Rastro around ...
... balanced now for when I have to walk any distance with all bags. I was following another lady who was seated near me on the train - she spoke Spanish and seemed to know what she was doing, however when we exited the train station there were rows and rows of taxis and the line seemed to go on forever - but no one was getting in any of them. I didn't fully understand the conversation but one of the taxi drivers explained we needed to go back inside the terminal and ...
... height: 19.6px; font-family: "Helvetica Neue", HelveticaNeue, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; box-sizing: border-box; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);">So at 1:20 pm Spain time our guide came and got us and we boarded the Trafalgar bus to the hotel. We were shocked to see all the sandy landscape - not at all what we’d pictured! Trees growing out of sand - flatter than we expected. We went through a pretty run down area ...
... club across the road. Despite the exorborant drink prices which were a cover charge of sorts we had a great time. The band was fantastic, particularly the drummer who amongst a younger band was 65 and constantly looked like he was having the happiest seizure of his life. He was a great drummer and did some amazing solos which combined his humour and his drumming skill. You said goodbye to me in the jazz club. After that, me and ...