Hotel Ordem De Santiago
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... night, a Novotel. After deciding how far we wanted to drive today, this Novotel was the closest we could find and easiest and economical to reserve directly online. Jim used to stay in Novotels in the 80's when he lived in Europe and was curious to try one again. They are sort of like a European version of the old Holiday Inn chain. After a 360 mile drive, we just vegged the rest of the afternoon and had a pizza in the Novotel snack bar for ...
Today we got up at what you claim as early but what more likely seems before 12 and got a few pastries for breakfast. Around 2pm we departed for the day; we were headed for an afternoon of tanning and swimming at the public pool. We got the metro a few stops (there are only two metro lines in Toulouse but they're both insanely frequent and work really well) and then a bus to the Olympic stadium or something where ...
We had an incredibly lazy day today as I remember. We got up very late, with Orson even still in bed, and went to a cafe that had some cheap breakfast deal. Me and you ended up getting chicken sandwiches and Sophie and chiara got the breakfast. Orson eventually appeared around 1 and got something to eat. It was so hot that once we returned to the hotel we were unable to extract ourselves for hours. Once we finally did, we went for a walk through the centre. Our first ...
Last morning in Lisbon. Back to the galleries. First was Modern Art which had 3 artist exhibitions. Rui Chafes had an exhibition of steel really good and there were similarities between some of his designed and what we saw in the torture exhibition in Salamanca. Nadir Kaabj-Linke is a Tunisian who had installations about the hardship of war and impact on ordinary ...
... hillside to the River Sado. It was indeed as picturesque as we'd been promised.
Wanda bought us drinks and fish croquettes, then we walked up and down the alleyways between the houses. Strung across them were lines and lines of fluttering pendants and faded decorations made from newspaper. They had been put up to celebrate the feast of Maria.
We passed the street of Rats, where the rubbish had been thrown in days ...