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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... it, with vigor, to the entire family about every half hour. I don't know where this is going, but we are hydrated. Recently she has been battling the creative mood swings of a real artist. One day she's bored out of her wits and the next day she's drawn an incredibly accurate pastel of her back yard in Florida. Turns out her artistic talent is real and the fact that it was discovered at 42 is good news for all of us...
... Quichote because we were greeted by a variety of statues and momentos of him and his side-kick Sancho Panza. I could not resist buying a tile featuring the two heroes.
We cruised through La Mancha's vineyards, olive groves and acres of sunflowers. As we neared Consuegra, we could see atop the hill, the white windmills and castle that inspired Cervantes in the sixteen hundreds to write the famous scene in his book Don Quichote. Some of these twelve windmills have been ...
... and 16 hours until my flight home (my best friend reminds me every 5 minutes, she's counting down). I have mixed feelings. I will be happy to escape the inferno that is Cordoba, and I miss my family and friends so much that it hurts. I even miss my school. However, I am still so thankful to have this amazing experience, meeting new people, and i know that as soon as im back in my Canadian civics class, i will miss spain more than ever!
... desk clerk at Hotel Albucasis could speak English and was familiar with the problem GPS has finding them so we were able to wend our way there eventually without scraping the paint off our newly acquired rental car (a very nice Renault Megane), park in the tiny parking lot and stagger out, desperately in need of a stiff drink to calm ourselves! Kassie, Landon and Koen ...
... in an Hawaiian shirt, soaked to the skin, ankle deep in mud and shivering. We enter the motorhome only to be thrown out by a fearsome Señora who has had enough of the wet and the mud. An old towel is hurled angrily out of the window but , eventually, we are let in.
Sun, sand, pine forests, sherry and Nirvana.
Todo será revelado en el próximo blog.
Adios per ahora,
Bruno (El Perro - back to my normal fighting weight)