Hotel Cesar Augustus
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- Minbar in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... us out of the water most of the time, it means our records of 50 throw an catch, 30 volley ball style hits and our bat and ball water record of 76 will probably not be beaten this year. We will have to try and remember them for next year!! Heading home tomorrow, or at least starting out journey, were currently about 1300 miles from home and 1000 from Calais so a good few days of driving ahead of us...the ferry is booked for Friday ...
... as I hadn't had one since I have is food poisoning nearly two weeks ago.. We had spotted the Hard Rock Cafe earlier on in the day so decided that we'd jump back on the metro and head there, it was only a few stops from where we were and we both just wanted something nice and easy which we knew was gonna be pretty good.. When we got there there was a huge group of school kids who were on a trip or something so we were a bit worried that we wouldn't get a ...
... maintaining vigilance was tiring.
We hit one fork in the road and had to take a chance on the direction, and while I think we ultimately chose correctly, we never did find the exact location from which to hike. We kept saying and thinking, "it's probably just around the next bend." We passed one candidate location, but it was impossible to turn around anywhere, until we had gone all the way back down the mountain on the far side and reached a small ...
... The drive there was memorable enough, but the tiny village was spectacular, all ensconced within ancient walls and necessitating a hike down and up to even reach the outer gate. It made for some good picture taking.
We stopped in a few other scattered villages during the morning, but we had an appointment to keep at noon. Jeff had befriended two brothers who run a winery in the village of Poboleda. Jeff has known them for more than a ...
... village, the roads were cobbled and paved with very slick marble. As we passed through the church square, he warned me that I'd make a very sharp turn and that I'd have to "gun it" to make the final ascent. I was already regretting not having a manual transmission, to give me more torque. I made the turn quickly, to maintain momentum, but as I cut hard right to squeeze -- barely -- the van into the narrow channel, there was a loud crunching noise in back ...