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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Obcisle rozowe koszulki i spodenki, nierzadko rozowe klapeczki; wydepilowane nogi, rece i klatka (niejedna kobieta moglaby sie przy nich spalic ze wstydu), wyregulowane brwi-Hiszpanom zdecydowanie daleko do meskosci. Przestalam juz nawet reagowac w sklepie jak widze, ze koles sie wbija w za mala koszulke, po tym jak pare razy mi powiedzieli, ze wola opiete rzeczy.
Spedzilam w Hiszpanii 12 miesiecy i nie wiem skad ...
... br> I tried to make tri-color rotini and parmesan cheese last night. It tasted terrible. I don't know if this was because the noodles here just taste weird or if it was because I ended up getting that super finely grated parmesan stuff and I've just gotten super spoiled with always buying real parmesan reggiano which I self grate. Either way, it was sort of nasty and I couldn't even finish it. Not sure what I'm going to do with the rest of the cheese and noodles now. ...
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A: I do believe we all have a purpose. We are all on this planet because, someone or something (whatever you believe in) has created a job for us. It doesn't matter if you are homeless, or super wealthy, everyone has the right to be on this planet. If no one have a purpose, the world would be different. We wouldn't be able to do stuff we can do today. Everyone counts in this ...
On page (51-65) the book talks about, the boy had been working for almost a month now. He almost had enough money to buy a flock of sheep. The boy had ask to but a display board, so he raise more money to buy sheep, but when you asked the old man he got mad, and told him not mention it again.
... one of the region's worst weather bombs, where gale force winds were gusting at over 45 knots and the seas were over 8 metre swells and for the very first time ever, they closed the ports of Algeciras and Tarifa on our side and Tangier and Ceuta on the Moroccan side - to all vessels! Guess you don't always get what you wish for!
We left Malaga last Thursday having had a lovely sunny week on pitch Nr 7 and drove down the Costa del Sol ...