Bel Air Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... walked around the area and saw many tourists getting photos of themselves posing in front of the massive cathedral. Making the most of the area, I bought a chocolate croissant from the bakery and happily found a Barclays bank (part of the global alliance) so I could pull out more money without worrying about fees as much. I passed a book store and found Matt Smith, ahh. I then went back by the subway (I was loving how convenient this subway was especially for tired feet) but stopped at ...
... get around again, and my Spanish is terrible. Not to mention my Castilian Spanish, but we managed. We were able to get the car and then asked a nice lady at the information desk how to get to our hotel from the airport. She was excited to explain because she lived in the town we were staying in and then proceeded to tell us where to do for dinner. Her directions were in the form of very poorly written words on ...
... the Amadagio where we're shown to our very spacious cabin with its 2 windows. A welcome reception followed by a welcome. All the crew are very nice and obliging. Friday 25 th Today we boarded our bus bound for Les Baux de Provence and an olive mill. We drove through very grey rocky mountains to this small town with its cobbled streets and ancient stone buildings. This was established at the time of the persecution of the Protestants so we saw many of the weapons used in this ...
... many apps are running in the background on your iphone? Well...I didn't and there were dozens, many which I hadn't used in ages. Simple trick...double click the button at the bottom of the screen. All of the apps will appear. If you want to close them just push them off the top of the screen with your finger. Hopefully this will solve my battery problem. I'll let you know tomorrow.
Ok..now time for a little siesta!
... adventures with our adventurous Washingtonian friends. There are SO many things coming up for us this summer and fall that I´m looking forward to -- going to Squamish, a 3 day trip in the Cascades, a 3 day trip around Mount Rainier, our first 100 miler (eep!), going to California --these plans all make Seattle seem very appealing. Despite this, I´m already looking forward to the next big adventure, New Zealand perhaps?