Best Western Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... all over me, and sat back on the deck chair to relax the afternoon away; you know the drill. I actually had a really sore **** I'd laid in a deck chair so much this week! Dad had smuggled some of our cans of beer (€4 for a dozen - bargain!) onto the pool deck and was indulging, but there was no way I felt like a beer laying there! Dad eventually called time on his relaxing up there as the evening approached, and headed downstairs to get ready for the night. So too did ...
... she never wore gym
clothes to work. Violent, misogynist men
were also part of that generation, so this is an opportunity to clear once and
for all any residual negativity in my DNA.
I do believe our genes are influenced by our emotional journey as well
as our physical lives, so I intend to pass on a plethora of strength, wholeness, and new
visions for my actual and spiritual offspring.
Also, I think ...
... couldn't help us so we are currently washing our clothes in the sink and praying that the dryer works. I can't remember the last time I wore underwear, but I'm starting to think I should just scrap the whole notion of undergarments and forget about laundry at all. FIGHT THE MAN! Bad news. I think I jinxed us when I said we were praying that the dryer works. Karliana and I completed washing our clothes in the sink (with shampoo) like the pioneer women that we are and put ...
... of paper without any map so we were keeping our fingers crossed that we would be able to find the right exit.
Once we got to the rental lot, it took us a good 15 minutes to figure out how to adjust the seat and then we were finally on our way, following the handwritten directions to our hotel. To our surprise, we only missed the last exit by 1 street and managed to wind our way back through the streets to ...
... designed by one man in the time frame of 14 years, and today it is known as one of the largest architectural works in south Europe. We took the average million and a half touristic pictures along the multi colored mosaic tile walls. The
incredible view of the city overlooking the sea, the incredible
architecture, the pure nature of the park, everything is just right. We then hopped in some taxis and headed back down to the city center to check out more of the shops and ...