Brit Hotel Marbella
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of the evening on order to sample its nightlife.
They are dedicated eaters and drinkers in San Sebastion and the artform of 'Pinxtos' is at its height here. The bars groan with food all day and most of the night. Pinxtos is their way of serving tapas- piled high on portions of fresh crusty bread, or accompanying one of their more exotic/local dishes such as Cod Cheeks and white beans or stewed pigs cheeks on mash with gravy.To ...
... Le Tour - day 19, 3rd last stage. Guest student Bianca had her last session in school with Kate, and all 3 students managed to get their Friday prize for 5 good days of work. After some pool relaxation we noticed some darkish clouds starting to come in from the South East which was roughly the direction that the race was coming from and where we were heading to. We loaded up 2 families and headed off East with our chosen spot to be about 10km south of the finish ...
... best rendition of Happy Birthday. As Video Girl continued to sing, Battery Boy noticed a slight movement by the man. Without breaking his stare on Video Girl his right hand slowly moved out of sight under the counter. When it returned it was now holding a large carving knife.
Battery Boy shouted at Video Girl, "He doesn't like Happy Birthday, stop singing!"
Video Girl stopped singing and took a step back, to stand beside Battery Boy. The man ...
... a notable tourist centre for Europeans, and East Coast North Americans. The city has also become a prime destination for surfers from around the world, developing a nightlife and surf based culture. At the end of World War II in Europe, the U.S. Army's Information and Educational Branch was ordered to establish an overseas university campus for demobilized American service men and women in the French resort town of Biarritz. Under General Samuel L. McCroskey, the hotels ...
... carriage with about 5 bodies in it. He comes back and we ALL go marching with suitcases in tow past the dogs, bikes, people blocking doorways, it's quite the sight for sure. Now in my nice big chair in the aircon I'm feeling "zen". Another train change at Bayonne, the next train we board we are squashed up like sardines, we're standing with our bags, in the join of the carriage, laughing actually, at least it's cool. And VOILA we arrive in Biarritz about ...