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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So Harry Harrison, the boy so nice they named him twice, went drinking again last night with two insane New Yorkers, an Irishman, an Aussie, a Brazilian, another Yank another Brit and probably others whom I forget. They are not central to this tale anyway, because the fun starts early this morning as Harry awakes to an itchy sensation on his ass. Thinking it merely a hungry mosquito gorging itself on his alcohol ridden blood, Harry drifts back to sleep ...
... in many ways. There are more taxis then the number of passengers justifies so they must play a part in trafficing anything. In this world I am travelling alone in an expensive car. In fact nobody knows where I am. I am invited by people I don't know to come to their home. Extremely friendly people. The attractive woman spotted me in a hotel, the friendly man, a lawyer with two sons, invited me at theIr breakfast table. They have arranged a hotel for me, close ...
... were tortured and killed in a myriad of horrific ways. It appears that the church was intent on purifying their flock, and once a person was identified has having been possessed by the demons, the church elders and their henchmen would literally beat and tear the devil out of them. I visited this place on my first trip south in 1975 and it haunted me for years. It is right up ...
... was actually only about a five minute walk though. To our right was one of the most beautiful churches we had ever seen. All we had to do was look up and see the history radiating off the buildings. After some time we came to a beautiful plaza and our company’s building. We took an extra thirty minutes admiring the plaza and at that time our guide was encouraging us to come inside. Everything had to be gazed upon for at least ten minutes! After confirming our reservation with ...
... in a quirky restaurant owned by an even quirkier American expat and agreed to meet for a recommended coffee tour in the morning.
We arrived in the Plantation House on the outskirts of Salento before the scheduled coffee tour at 9 which gave Claire the dog whisperer a chance to simultaneously entertain the four dogs owned by the friendly and unusual English owner of the hostel, Ted. The expats we met in Salento all seemed to be a bit ...