Solar Dos Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tongue. It sucks. It didn't take me long to realise that the Spanish attitude towards exams and the way they are conducted is completely different to what I am used to. Normally, in exam halls in England you can cut the tension with a knife. Generally, exams take place in sports halls with hundreds of students sitting at individual tables. Everyone has their eyes glued to their own desks/papers for fear of being accused of cheating by a scary ...
... the courtyard was treacherous! I bought my ticket and the audio-guide then entered the drafty monastery.
The first few rooms were dedicated to information about the construction of the monastery, which was begun by Phillip II. He planned a monastery and sepulcher for his father, himself, and his descendants. But the monastery also included a palace, with rooms for the king and his retainers – a place to escape the heat of Madrid during the ...
... sure what it was. It also came with these little black things, not sure what they were either but they tasted like they just came straight out of the ocean. The third was a zucchini shaped in a circle with lettuce inside and some sort of sweet onion. Of course the meat dish was pig but it was so delicious. I think it was the best I have had all semester. It was all typical Spanish dishes and then we got to the dessert and I was l like wow this is amazing. It was like ...
This morning after breakfast we did NOT get on a bus, but spent the time in the lounge gazing at the gorgeous scenery that slipped by. This is one of the pleasures of river cruising, and offers an opportunity to chat with some of your fellow passengers, or read your book, or watch the world go by. Because of the short length of the Douro river, there wasn't much time ...
A little excitement today. We left our moorage at Barca d'Alva at 5:30AM. We never heard a thing as we did not wake up until 8:45, barely making it to breakfast before it closed at 9:30!
We watched our transfer through another lock with the 2nd largest change in water level-109 feet! After that we were lounging in the front of the boat when we experienced a bump- bump-bump and the boat came slowly to a stop. ...