Hotel do Colegio
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... finished making my a tassel. Well it was that or Beginners Ballet Class ( Not for me somehow!).What I'm going to do with the tassel of course when I get home is another matter, but it was good fun and a very nice group of ladies.We have felting & calligraphy to come so watch this space.
Last night was formal attire for dinner and its always nice to see everyone dressed up, although two of our dining companions "Don't ...
... used throughout the city. They are on all the sidewalks, on the pedestrian roadways and used as trim along the streets. The streets themselves are all inlaid dark brick ---everything is done by hand!! What an undertaking by the roads department!!..but I don't think they will ever "wear out" ...and certainly no pot holes!!...so - good for them!!There was so many different mosaic designs - it was starting to drive me ...
... home all day regular clothes are just to restricting. When the old ladies start coming in with nothing but bunny slippers, and robes on I'm skipping breakfast. Nothing but floating nonstop entertainment here. Anyway, breakfast was good except Donna said her pears were hard. My grits, bacon, and fruit were OK, but I really wanted chocolate chip cookies. However, my blood sugar was at 198 this morning, so I have to save the **** for after ...
... potentially dangerous for some of the older people who are less mobile than us. The other downfall was that we hit here on a Sunday and hence all the shops are closed.
We came back to the ship and had some lunch. I have taken pictures of some of the beautiful orchids that are in the dining room. So Laura can have a bouquet of orchid’s compliments of the Eurodam and Mommy.
... are smaller and very sweet. They are only in greenhouses to protect them from the winter winds. The tea grows in row after row of beautiful hedges the top leaves or sprouts are clipped and they are the only part of the plant used for tea.
We stop at another town where there are three taps or spouts inserted in the rocks, each about 10 feet from the other. Water is pouring out of them all. The first is very hot water, we quickly swipe our hand through ...