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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... looking babies. Interesting features of this particular church however are the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the magical slanted mirror, both of which had long queues for picture taking opportunities. Wait, what's so magical about the mirror you ask? Well, when you look into it you can see the roof! But couldn't you just look up? Yes, yes you could. Steven waited in line for this once in a lifetime opportunity ...
... had fantastic food so we ate, drank some wine and soaked it up. Tonight we went out to a small flamenco show, just a guitarist, singer (wailer) and a male & female dancers. After getting over the shock of the screaming, wailing singer we enjoyed some fine flamenco dancing. No photos allowed during the ...
... towns like cordoba and Toledo also having similar massacres. We now know of bourse that the reason the Jews and moors weren't as affected by the plague because if good hygiene practices. The Catholics on the other hand only washed one every 6-12 months!
- the head of the jewish girl on the street: she was very beautiful but vain and only wanted a rich catholic husband. Her father ...
... oversaw the expansion of the empire to its greatest extents, was responsible for much building in Rome, was seen as philanthropically successful and was universally adored by all Romans. He was responsible for some of the expansion and construction at Italica and a statue was erected there to honour him. His successor was Hadrian. Hadrian's father was Trajan's cousin. Hadrian was either born in Italica or Rome (history's not sure on ...
... be the need for creating shadow as much as possible. Some streets are so narrow that only one person fits. Once in the hotel we dropped off our bags and started walking towards the main Cathedral. This Cathedral is like no other in the world, first of all it was originally a Mosque from the time when the Moores lived in the area, then when the Catholic Kings conquered the area, they converted the Mosque into a Catholic Church, still leaving some of the Arab architecture. The ...