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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Gervinus in 1849 has fallen out of favour in the twentieth and twentieth-first centuries.
First recorded performance: although it is known that the play was definitely performed in Shakespeare's day, adaptations dominated the stage throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The earliest known such adaptation was in 1681, with John Crowne's two-part play, Henry the Sixth, The First Part and The Misery of Civil War. Two more ...
... is quite a hippy, backpacker town and is famous for surfing. The small row of shops were quite telling - some banks, a pet shop, a couple of surf shops and a load of vegan restaurants! Yay! Here I am staying with a friend that I lived with in Borneo. The same girl that I stayed with last time I came to Costa Rica! We met for lunch at the bakery. Wow the food was amazing! I had a green juice - with lime and mint - delicious. And the best salad - beetroot, ...
... the locals" and not being hoity toity with my shipmates. Their dad was feeding them and one of the kids asked him to share with me. Not wanting to be an 'ugly American', I accepted the offer. Well, it turned out to be an oyster, not an Oyster Rockefeller on a pretty white shell, but an ugly slimy oyster on an old shell, AND it had jalapeño on it. I despise jalapeño. But I ate the damn thing, smiled (probably grimaced), said "muchas gracias, Señor" and ...
... sunning on the muddy shores. The bridge crossing the river was a fine place to see the crocs.
The tiny villages along the seacoast were a mixture of old towns to quaint villages to smart resorts. We stopped at a gorgeous bay to stretch and enjoy the view. Note how the mountains behind the bay stop the clouds. They absorb water here, then drop it after crossing the mountains for afternoon rain ...
... hilly streets and through the city lights to the Hotel Tournon. We all enjoyed calling out the billboards signs in Espanol. Once in the hotel dining room, dinner awaited us: a fresh green salad, a rice and chicken entrée, followed by a caramel cake for dessert. Everyone is in high spirits, ready for a good night's sleep, and eager for the adventures that await us tomorrow. ...