Hotel Diana Palace
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... is now glass in the windows the wood looks as though it could be a thousand years old. Antique doors leading to ancient corridors are everywhere. I would love to be escorted on a private tour behind-the-public spaces. We probably missed out on a magnificent dining experience, but the restaurant didn't open until 8:00 pm. We were tired and not that hungry so we ate at their terrace bar and turned in early (we ...
... partially renovated but was deserted. The village had clearly had a lot of money poured into it and the ancient houses had been done up but no one was living in them so it looked pretty but was dead. At the base of castle hill there were cave dwellings and some of these were now being used as holiday lets! All in all it was very interesting and I would highly recommend it if you are in the area. The weather was unusual in that for four days we had very hot ...
... of red, I can just about touch the church from where I am sitting and the view from my room will show a 9th century castle overlooking the town.
Unfortunately I have had to repeat the procedure myself on my feet this afternoon but due to my initial treatment I can say that they aren't any worse.I will just have to keep my eye on them.Have a great day mums. And remember..."If you want the rainbow, you have to put up with the rain" Dolly Parton.
... Pastor. We met a woman walking on her own and this for her is a step in moving on since the death of her husband. A 70 year old (or young ) Canadian woman and her son walked with us for about 10kms and it was interesting to hear her story. The walk is not a problem to her as every year she takes off for a different part if the world to walk. The only walk I had in common ...
... numerous boots, low cut walking boots and sandals. She has tested each type for months at a time, with no success until trying Keen open toe hiking sandals. These worked for several months until she again started developing blisters, mostly around her outside toes. She thinks her problem stems from having a wider foot, especially in the toe area and almost no shoes can accommodate this. When the Keens "almost" worked she bought the same shoe but one full size larger. In ...