- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... offered no tours. So…we walked!
We made our way to “old town" via the riverbed, which has been transformed into a beautiful park. The temperature was 37 degrees Celsius! SO HOT! We tried to stay under the shade whenever possible. Along the way we chatted about how Europe is not mired in the past, and embraces its future. Architecturally, one may see an art nouveau building adjacent to ...
... enthusiastically, "Hernias!"
The woman I had spoken to and the man were not bothered that this new woman had put herself in this conversation. In fact, they were happy that she had identified the medical condition and began talking about hernias and other medical problems that they had. I found this encounter fascinating, not simply because I could understand their rapid-fire Spanish, though admittedly that made me quite happy, because these people were so open about ...
... to which she replied, "Just stay on the road."
Battery Boy looked for something solid to drive into to stop the pain. Battery Boy turned to Video Girl and said, "Remember when we discussed you driving and me taking sedatives, well I'm still thinking about taking those sedatives even though you are the navigator. It wouldn't be good if I fell asleep though. That reminds me that my Grandfather died peacefully in his sleep. It wasn't so ...
... is the worst! Do you hug? Handshake? Cry hysterically? You have exchanged details and have every intention of seeing them again, but sometimes it just doesn't happen that way. To all those people I have met along the way- I love each and every one of you!
5- Meeting so many new people, they all have nicknames
On a daily basis abroad, you meet new people. So many new people in fact, that it is impossible to remember names. 'The German', ...
... the second floorparking is by a car lift - very nifty. After settling in we set off to find supplies for breakfast. We saw lots of amazing buildings on our meanderings but realised we were lost. The tourist map only had the more main roads so out came the trusty iPhone, almost flat from taking photos, and found our way home. Thanks Googlemaps. Photos aren't great as the phone doesn't do so well taking photos out of a car at ...