NH Central Convenciones
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... other and then He said, we are still too early for the horse and carriage, to which my wife drew in a large breath and looked a little surprised, (what I’d hoped for), and I said, that was my surprise and he said, "Sorry, about that", I suggested she would find out eventually, so no problem.
We were asked then, “Have you been in the Cathedral? We hadn’t so he suggested a quick tour through the place as it is open for free before 9am, (local knowledge ...
... place without any stress at all. Oh well, all's well that ends well.
And a bustling lil place we entered with the heavily pregnant daughter of the owner buzzing about with the produce on sale including legs of jamon, almonds by the bagful, pumpkins of enormous size, olives and olive oil aplenty and a coin operated machine offering tins of nuts. You beauty! A late brunch of magically fresh avocado and tomato on toast, a tin of pistachios and one of roasted almonds and we ...
... system. Of course we have seen many wind turbines and solar PV systems scattered around the coast, on ridges and in fields. Another interesting and unusual technology we saw from a distance is solar thermal for electrical generation (like many Mediterranean countries, many buildings use solar-thermal for domestic hot water.) These towers carry a heat exchanger at the top upon which a vast array of controllable mirrors on the ground reflect sunlight. We saw three ...
... we head home. I just hate these short holidays. The Eurodam has been a great hotel for us – it’s got everything we need to be comfortable and the balcony makes it a great spot in the afternoon to put your feet up and watch the world go by.
Seville – you’ll just have to wait for another time to be explored – sorry we missed you! Next stop Lisbon and a one-hour time change.
We wandered down the road and got the hop on hop off bus - two days for the price of one and went a couple of stops to near Alcazar. It's still used by the Spanish royal family at times and is the oldest royal palace in Europe still in use. Parts of it are over thousand years old, but it has also been added to, renovated and rebuilt by the arabs and spaniards in moorish, gothic, Renaissance, baroque ...