Hotel Globales Reina Cristina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I notice that here sometimes guys dance with guys and girls dance with girls—much like in Morocco. It seems people also prefer to dance with the friends they came with, not with strangers. Right in the middle of it a couple is passionately making out—no problem… everyone just does there own thing here. I continue "nightclub hopping" and am happy to finally find a venue playing flamenco music with pairs doing the graceful hand moves of ...
... climate. On the other hand we are going to have to come to grips with new things. This is what an adventure is versus a holiday, I guess.
Our Garmin (GPS) does not cover Morocco and you cannot buy Moroccan maps for it in Europe, other than over the net for about €150. (That is about how much the Garment cost initially!) We believe that we can get a chip for the Garman for considerably less ...
Today I woke up in Gibraltar and after our day of rehearsals we managed to get 2 hours off the ship to go and explore which was lovely. I have never been anywhere quite like it. The rock is the main landmark which I'm hoping to go up on the cable car on the next cruise and there's the infamous monkeys up there. The foundations of the place are spanish but everything is British and it's quite surreal at first. We got a taxi into the centre and walked all the way down a long ...
... by fate. That's the world's greatest lie.”
What a meaningful word, he must be a special man, I told him the dream, he echoed the gypsy’s advice and told me that it is my Personal Legend to journey to the pyramids. Melchizedek convinced me to sell my flock and set off to Tangier.
I follow his word, sold the sheep and departed.
... de Porto area. A quick coffee, and then some lunch. After a few false starts, we decided on a small Portuguese cafe. Was packed outside with locals - hopefully their hygiene practices are ok - so far so good. Lindsay had a seafood, rice, tomato sauce dish, and Antony had a Franceshina. We were told about this, the day before by an English couple we got chatting to over a cool glass or two of white port. Following a brief discussion, it was agreed this was a coronary in a dish. ...