Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... cathedral wall, mainly when it is shaded.
We walk to the Alcazar, only to find it closes at 3pm, which is in half an hour. We're just about Alcazar-ed out (not to mention Cathedral-ed out) so Murray, who can get in free with his licence to prove he is a “jubilado”, goes in for a quick look. He climbs another tower for views over the town and down to the Roman Bridge, weirs and mills on the river. Dianne's pretty exhausted by now, but decides she'll have ...
... youth, and was a sure reminder of the magic that youngster Mel experienced when I went to see the Spanish Dancing Horses when they visited Australia years ago. This show was just as good, though unfortunately no photos were allowed and so I have little to show for the experience.
I left Sevilla on Friday 3 April bound for Bilbao in northern Spain’s Basque country. In my previous trip to Spain with my lovely friend ...
... and finally after 3 days had a shower!!! It was amazing! I scrubbed my whole body and the water coming off was actually brown. After that we layer down in a bed, once again for the first time in 3 days! We tried organising stuff for the rest of the trip and came to the conclusion that unfortunately we had to cut ibiza out of our plans :( . It was just too ...
... through a time where I thought I wouldn’t
be able to find myself. I decided to get a small heart on the inside of my left
foot to remind myself that I always have my own heart and to remember that if I
stay true to my heart and to myself ill be able to find my way. I was so
nervous when we walked in because I didn’t know what to expect. We also
attracted a big group of people from our class since everyone wanted in on the
action. I felt a little regretful ...
... treats. I paused to reflect on a couple of things I have lost this trip: my waist and my boney hips. We explored the other side of the historic city on the return then took some time to observe the aqueduct. An amazing structural achievement, some of the individual stone blocks weighed tons, all just sitting flush and on top of each other, held together with not a smudge of mortar. This substantial construction was at the end of an extensive ...