Bahia Sur Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he kindly did. In about 10 minutes the taxi arrived to take us to the Parador at the top of the hill. A Parador is a building of national historic interest (usually a convent or monastery), that has been converted to a luxury hotel. This one was a Governors' Palace at one time. Our room was expansive, and the bathroom was even larger but, unfortunately, the bed was so hard that we barely slept. Nevertheless, the sweeping views of the valley below from ...
San Fernando is a nice, normal little town on the coast. It doesn't have the old Spanish town charm of some other places, but it does have lots of nice squares and pedestrian streets and little shops. We accidentally managed to arrive during the town’s biggest festival – Feria del Carmen y de la Sal (Festival of Carmen and Salt).
Our first day here we wandered the town and the giant mall by the sea/marsh. We walked the Paseo Maritimo and discovered a ...
... 8 of us in the class and they were all really really nice. The grammar sections seriously gave me fits. I barely knew what a noun was and I had to teach people about third conditional tenses, modal auxiliary verbs and collocations. I should have paid way more attention in the 6th grade. When I wasn’t teaching class, planning a lesson or writing a paper, I was class myself learning about monothongues, eliaisons and L1 influences. It ...
... city right smack in my face. We could have not gotten any closer to downtown, and as we walked the city streets during the day, there was the Rotterdam gleaming as pretty as any hotel in town. We were proud to call her our own, if only for a few more days.
An 80 % chance of rain and thundershowers were forecast for the day so when we went ashore we made sure we were equipped; Barbara in her heavy coat and umbrella, me in my flaming red Colombia waterproof ...
... small plaza and soon you will find a church.
We walked from the ship to Plaza de la Cathedral. The plaza was packed with passengers from at least four cruise ships, and because it was Palm Sunday, there were many locals as well. We arrived in the square a few minutes before noon. The bells began and people were coming and going from the Cathedral. We spent time there then had coffee in an ...