Hotel Dona Blanca
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... in an average of 250 towns every year, spending an average of 120 days a year on the road! _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________ ...And now I'm back. My, my, my, I've gone a long ways since the humble beginnings of the Global Parkbench Concert Tour Concept! This time I'm definitely going to experience a lot more than just the bus station. I head out before dawn and decide ...
... Brad’s favourite! A lot of food and wine for about $50.
That evening we watched a bit of "padel", (a combination of squash, tennis and pickle ball), at a recreation centre close to our hotel. It was interesting to watch – not sure how they score but could be a fun game to learn how to play.
Tomorrow we drop off our rental car and hop a train for the much anticipated stay in the beautiful city of ...
... on staying there for several days and then doing some island hoping. Greek is a very difficult language to learn, because their alphabet is different. So even though I can figure out how to say a word, I can't spell it. They do have some signs in English, that is ...
We popped through here to see if we could see any Andalucian horses but we had already read on the internet that the shows at La Cartuja had finished for the season the weekend before and the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre did not have shows on that day. Another place I would like to come back to - to Yeguada de La ...
... in it!
We are both ok, just now have to deal with the frustration of sorting it all out :(. The good news (we are trying to be positive!) is that although I'm well behind in writing my Algarve blog entry I'm up to date on Spain so far...
Jerez today is a mix of the high society associated with the production of sherry and the unfortunate contrast of significant levels of unemployment (the highest in the whole of Spain at ...