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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hola, today I wondered around. It seems I go down one street and then one off of that a street looks interesting so head down that one and pretty soon I am lost! So I wonder around some more until I see something that is familiar. So there are so many wonderful things to see. I made plans to come back here for Holy Week which leads up to Easter. Wow, prices of hotels skyrocket! Made reservations anyway at the place where I ...
... so the destination - Spanish Africa! A little enclave called Ceuta which is on the African continent but still controlled by the Spanish, and in it's nature definitely Spanish, though with a notable Muslim presence also. The only place I could find with a room that wasn't €60 was a little pension meaning I do have my own little room, but share a bathroom. The owners don't speak much English, but are very kind and welcoming. By the time I'd checked in and put my ...
... out, but we had to feign illness just so he would stop talking his guff to us.
The bus ride to Seville was pleasant enough and after I won myself a lollypop by pointing out a big black bull billboard by saying "OLE!!!" we stopped off in the Plaza del Espana (which is where they shot the battle scenes from the Naboo capital in Star Wars Episode 2!) The Plaza has a fountain in the middle surrounded but a lake inside the compound, which is set in a ...
Looks like mum is providing almost daily updates on her activities. It's nice to keep in touch. Mum says: Saturday- Spent the full day that was warm and windy on a bus seeing the highlights of Lisbon than travelling along the Atlantic Ocean to a beautiful and historic mountain town. In the evening saw a show whilst enjoying dinner. Sunday- Spent the day driving to Seville in Spain. The temperature hovered around 34 degrees. Found that the shops are closed on Sundays throughout ...
... grandiose that future generations would think they were crazy. Yeah well good job cause I agree. They were crazy.
The main hall with two organs on the right was crazy enough but there were several little rooms around the walls filled with paintings and sculptures. In particular there was a room dedicated to the history of baptism with a basin with little angles on the supporting part and a painting of the first ...