Hotel Gema Fuenlabrada
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... big cohort of us who left St . Jean on the same day and travel along the same route at about the same speed. There is a Korean with his 4 year old son in a carrier on his back, then the "suitcase sisters" from Ireland who just carry a small pack and have suitcases sent from hotel to hotel. There is a Cuban/American couple a little older than us who are doing the Camino for the 7th time since ...
... stalls were closed and most of the food was on one floor. We eventually decided on some drinks and croquettes, but as were settling in things seemed to be closing. We decided to leave. We didn't really feel like more food, but preferred a drink? I had found a microbrewery nearby, so led the group there. We were enjoyed it but it was quite expensive. Their stout was amazing! After this it was bed time, so we headed back to the ...
... re-named the 'Not So Live Lounge'), and had some last drinks. Unfortunately I couldn't find some people to say good bye to, so I'll have to try again in the morning. I'm not as sad leaving this ship as I have on previous voyages. ^Following Britannia's emergency situation yesterday, all that can be said is that an emergency happened on Deck 10, in Zone 4. In Port Manning Personnel were not called, however the medical team ...
When we were off to Santorini friends who had been there described the scenery as amazing and out of this world. They were right. Quite different from Mykonos, the Santorini group of Islands are remnants of a catastrophic volcanic eruption 1500BC with a landscape reflecting this. On approaching the main island from the sea one is awestruck by the huge cliffs rising out of the Mediterranean. The towns of the main island of Thera are perched high on the ...
... emotions on each individual's face in the painting, there was gold detailing on a separate cornus underneath that which included cherubs, angels or lions most of the time. There were lions in a lot of the rooms and incorporated in the paintings, this is because there is a lion and crown in the Spanish emblem, they believe lions are strong, powerful animals and the crown represents their royals, out of respect. I could go on all day ...