Hospederia del Santuario Pena de Francia
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... which is not far from here and it is great. Going to stay here a day or two get the bikes out although it's a bit hilly might do more pushing than riding. Might go back and get more of the €3.00 wine very nice. Doing a crossword which is getting sillier as the wine flows. Adios ...
... to order separately. Why is every restaurant so obsessed with making us order together and pay together?
A couple days ago, my host mom brought me the sugar bowl and as I went to scoop some into my coffee I noticed ants crawling all over inside it. I panicked for a second, thinking, am I just supposed to eat this?? But luckily she noticed the ants and freaked out, throwing the whole cup away and getting a new bag of sugar. I can't believe I almost ate ants ...
Rain didn't dampen the enthusiasm at the Spanish Language conference.
For most of the Latin American Emmaus Course Directors it was their first time in Europe. What excitement! Jet lag and long meetings left them with energy to talk, walk, discuss, and learn.
Just what happens at these Emmaus Director Conferences?
Each country gives a report about their present work, problems, potential, and their plans. (The ...
... exercise. Sadly, she's not searching for the truth, just a degree.
With the longitutde putting Spain virtually on double daylight savings time, it was light until after 10 pm, so eating dinner at 9 was no problem. Several who came from overseas weren't sure if they were awake or asleep, hungry or thirsty, tired or exhausted, but the next morning there were smiles all around as we met to worship the Lord together.
... village. Inscriptions on the massive stone lintels show dates of the mid to late 1700's on many houses; these wide lintels spanned a wide wooden door which once allowed livestock to keep warm at night. Now new polished doors provide access to Rossignol skis for the trendies that have restored these lovely houses which are probably empty for most of the non snow season. The summer makes for good hiking weather and it is such a popular activity ...