Hotel Cafe de Paris
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... for about 30nzd when they are normally 100+eur. I brought it knowing it might not fit but it would be a awesome bonus if it does. Still 10weeks till Oktoberfest so you never know, might fit by then.
In the morning I made some french toast, which we topped with berries, and it was very yummy. We then watched some Game of Thrones. After finishing all the Game of Thrones episodes we went out to ...
We love San Sebastián - a really amazing place. We are staying at Astoria 7 which is a movie star themed hotel - you feel like you are in Hollywood - very tasteful not tacky. This hotel is based around the San Sebastián film festival which is a world renown event and we are staying in the Sophia Loren suite. We started the day with being adventurous and having breakfast at a local deli - very ...
... discovered that each of us were awakened by the ocean.... and for me I thought I was still on Milena, and needed to re-affirm weather conditions with weather on line. How funny. After breakfast, Jacques went off exploring somewhere, whilst Marina and I organized our luggage for departure. Marina getting most agitated just thinking about trying to get Jacques put together. A couple hours later, Marina and I put our ...
I remember when I was a little girl, maybe seven or eight, I was constantly wishing that I was somewhere else. I kept daydreaming about all the amazing places around the world, all the majestic oceans and all the pretty little towns that there were. I remember thinking about every city I wanted to explore and every forest I wanted to get lost in.
This summer, I went to one of those places. In the end of July, my family and I packed our bags and ...
... give way to dense forests. Rocky paths in the high areas soon gave way to a muddy track on the traverse and our lightweight shoes (Merrell barefoots!!) weren't really made for this kind of walking. Nevertheless, we plodded on but we were pretty stuffed by the end of the day. The next day we did another great walk which started at a small stone hillside village called Brez. It was a short 5.4 km walk that rose 220 metres. Much of it was open country so you could see ...