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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... of the king to rule will be made. There are some for the royal family and some who are not, but the relevance of the royal family is not significant except for preserving traditions in Spain right now. It is a question of tradition, but with the history of corruption and scandal, the people may decide that it is time for no more and vote in favor of stopping the monarchy. Only time will tell and the people will have their say.
... from all over the world could have been living there. The roads were mixed with all types of people, different ethnicity, genders, ages, wealth, singles, couples, families, you name it, they were all there. So it make you feel like you fit in too, even being a tourist.
Once we got downtown, we walked through the park to get to old town. Parks were nice but they really seem to be lacking after walking through all of the palace gardens we ...
... that the plants were not in the green house because of the conditions, they grow fine in the natural conditions of the area, but there are many rats in the area so they need to be protected.
We left with our seeds and went back to Tancat where Tahlia, the boys and I pruned the trees. It was barely land conservation and more maintenance but it didn't matter. We have really enjoyed ...
From here we headed into the Cathedral to doing an audio tour through the Cathedral. The oddest thing we found there was the preserved arm of St Vincent who died in the year 304. The most impressive thing we saw would have been the Holy Grail - as the church would describe it, or 'one of the supposed Holy Grails' as other sources describe it. For those unaware, the Holy Grail is the Chalice used by Christ at the last supper.
... because Spanish people are lazy.
We arrived at about 845am, and lucky we did because of what happened next. We had to line up for about an hour to just get our entry bands and then another 90 minutes to drop our bag off. Thank Christ we cut line or we wouldn't have made the start of the festival, because we had to run up there (as it started to rain) and was there five minutes before the trucks started coming through.
The fight itself was amazing! Sure it was ...