Indalo Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- TV Channel One Russia
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Santa Susana
... Vegas and greens) and of course tomato bread. Beers for Steph and me and wine for Hazel. We consulted our map and realised Arc de Tromph was close by so walked over and through some lovely narrow streets which bought us out to the main thoroughfare and the street we were going to watch he rugby on. Thought we would go and have a reci and just as well as we got the last four seats. Front row, it was heaving. Well as you all know a great result but ...
Up early to drive to Toulouse which all went well. We got to Lucy's checkin with plenty of time and bid a sad farewell. She is now enjoying some more youthful company in England before going home. Meg and I had some alone time on the way home and in the afternoon Simon, Liv, ...
... into Spanish food). After she took our order she went and made all of our food. And it was fantastic! (Are you all tired of me talking about how awesome all of the food is in Europe yet?) Today was our last day here and I have to admit, I am a little bummed. We spent our day walking just about everywhere with our new friends! We met two amazing folks from Raleigh of all places! Mikaela and Joey are actors who traveled to London with a show and then took advantage of being ...
... thankfully excluding the strange hair thing). I spent the next hour or so watching a capoeira display by a troupe of active and skill exponents of this Brazilian martial arts/come dancing/come samba playing and singing. It was most spectacular.
No sooner than they paused than a multi piece band hit the main stage. And as I was preparing to wander on, a lively samba band kicked off and rolled past with the drummers belting our beat-thumping rhythms under the direction of ...
... I'm sorry, I misjudged you. You are a beautiful, quirky, energetic city, with great lively beaches, rich historic quarters, amazing gardens , exciting modern architecture and alleyway after alleyway of great shops and bars. I didn't know this, I'm sorry. I have returned, however, and been dropped into an amazing historic building within the now demolished walls of the old city, in a myriad of narrow winding ...