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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... put my green scarf on my shoulders and went to a beach. Observed playfulness of the waves and how they finished their dance with white purls. Wind and sun were cuddling my face, hair and scarf. Was so perfectly cozy... meditating moment. Suddenly I remembered my colleague texted me this morning that he thinks a lot about me and how I am doing because he really misses me at work. As well, I dreamt my boss tonight and that he apologies me for making it such a stressful ending. ...
... the Elephant's running around the house. We said our goodbyes to Bordeaux after a truly amazing week and hit the road - with every other person in Bordeaux it seems. What should have been a 2hr journey was just over 4 and upon arrival in Bayonne (the major centre of the basque region) we drive straight into its major Fiesta for the year - Fetes de Bayonne which is a 5 day festival similar to the running of the bulls in Pamplona (except there is only bull fighting ...
... leaves into her ears. For this reason the man sandals will never be mentioned again.
They continued to trek higher until they reached Palacio Miramar, a fortified rampart situated between the harbour and the mouth of the river Urumea. On the upper levels they found large ancient cannons pointing in all directions. Battery Boy was examining one of the cannons when he called Video Girl over to take a closer look. "No, I can see the cannons just ...
We caught a fast train to Spain, and went straight to Loyola. The roads in Spain have lots of tolls. There are tunnels, overpasses and amazing roads. They must be good because everyone pays so much to use them. In the evening we went to Loyola, and the Sancturio de Loyola. A Cathedral, and religious complex devoted to Ignatius. I thought I knew about St Ignatius of Loyola. What I learnt that day expanded my knowledge even greater. He ...
... you an idea. Basically the club provides the kitchen, all drinks in fridges and of course the dining area furniture and cutlery etc. All you have to do as a member is reserve your table and then bring along and cook your chosen recipe.
Just last Christmas Kintxo and I were preparing a meal. I was cleaning and preparing 'Ensalada' when a gentleman walked in who I thought I recognised...well in fact I had recognised him, it was the famous Karlos ...