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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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After breakfast in our rooms we set out to see the roman ruins. When we asked about these at the tourist information office and about another public park we got some odd reactions. For a start, they didn't seem very aware of the roman ruins which were marked on the tourist map and when I asked about the gardens I just got a whole lot of information about washrooms. Eventually, I managed to get some information by switching to French, which was better ...
... individual buildings before non-Christians were expelled is particularly interesting. The happy acceptance of previous building styles is pragmatic and fascinating. The fact that the worshipers have gone is astonishing (one church has gone as far as putting a Coke machine in the nave). Plus ça change. We had yummy pasta for tea again, gratefully grazed as we sensed the sun setting in the distance. Kids bathed. Parents pooped. Time for bed. Night ...
... I could think at that time...they came back and basically started to ask me what the hell I was doing there...and was I alone. I said I was exploring and yup and on me own...they were in disbelief. Not sure why. Then they asked me where I was going and at this point I was a bit lost and told him I was looking to slay Don Quixote windmills...well that was the ice breaker....they laughed there asses off on that one...gave me my papers back and said all was in ...
It's 10:45. Our Madrileño friends from our Antarctica trip are coming to pick us up at 11. We are late, but it’s ok because I am relying on the Mediterranean "flexible punctuality". Emergency breakfast is required. After a pit stop at the bar (which is half way between a café, a bar and a restaurant), where we land two smoked salmon bocadillos (Spanish version of the Italian Panini) ...
We're now currently taking our "siesta" at the hotel, with Claire reading, Graham playing Legos, and Mom catching up on the journal. Dad is teaching his 3:30-4pm class. After 2 hours of Spanish this morning while Graham was with Dad, we let Dad do some work, and the rest of us went out on the town. We bought some fresh cerises for a snack and enjoyed them in a tiny park. We ...