Hotel Del Carmen
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... honor took place in the palace in Madrid that I once visited, and he was there deemed the king of Spain and his wife the Queen. Now it is to be determined if the law is changed in order for his two daughters to continue the legacy and rule the people.
The current question in Spain is whether or not the constitutional monarchy should continue or not, and that will all be determined with the changing of the law for ...
... It is an experience I will never forget, but not one I would like to repeat too often. I took the photos from the balcony of the apartment at different times of the afternoon, but they don't convey the enormous level of noise that you walked into as you stepped out onto the balcony, even my hosts said it was an extreme event.
I also found some photos of a typical lunch I have 2 or 3 times a week just up the road. It costs about $12.50 but the menu ...
Before I start I just want to shout out to my girl Diana. Her "Valentine's" blog post was dope and totally what I needed to hear. Check it out. http://continuallywaiting.blogspot.com. es/2014/02/its-crushnot-death-sentence. html
This Valentine's Day I did not have a Valentine. I spent the entirety of the night in my room crying wishing that I wasn't alone. No. This being said, Valentine's day does make us singles ...
... canel towards the centre of Zurich. We passed a lot of beautiful churches on the way into the city, where I was going to buy my overnight train ticket from Zurich to Budapest.
Exhausted, we caught the tram back and all crashed back at the apartment. Thankfully Nonni had bought some quiche while we were out and so we didn't have to head back our for dinner. It was a great way to end Pa's Fathers Day, especially with the bottle of champagne they still had from the Rhine River cruise. ...
... nearest branch of
Decathlon to purchase gas cylinders.... We ended up on a delightful
road through the country to Carcaixent and dropped straight into
Decathlon. Sadly, Decathlon don't sell the types of gas cylinder
that we need so we try Carrefour (what a fine establishment) who also
don't, we seek out the local camping shop (without the benefit of
Google as we have no free wifi) but can't find it, and end up at
“Brico Depot”. With a name like Brico ...
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