Huerta de las Palomas
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... we head out for some tapas . It's been quite a day of biking! Woke up to cool temps with clouds in the sky. Been awhile since we've been greated by anything but sun. We rather liked that gig! :-). However - it is what it is and you have no choice but to have a good attitude and just go with it . . . Dean informed us that the rain was not supposed to start until noon or so - so we'd get at least part of our ...
... springs. Josh and I ate lunch at a cafe adjacent to the water spout in one of the photos below. We watched dozens of people drink directly from the spout and one man filled up 5 large jugs with this water. Apparently, this fountain is the source of health and hopefully not ecoli. I'd better go, we are off to the Arab baths in our ...
... really pesky prickly bushes. The caves were incredible. They were pretty damp so the amber-colored rocks glistened beautifully. We all turned off our headlights for a minute or two to really get a sense of the pitch black depths. Had a great time overall, and I'm hoping to join their ranks again in the spring when the weather's nice again.
Stay tuned for the next post about my fabulous long weekend in Normandy, France.
Besos a todos xx
... loud. I spend around half of each class shh-ing the kids, telling them to sit down, and listening to them ask me if they can use the restroom.
I help teach Science, English, and P.E. classes to first, second, fourth and sixth graders with the “bilingual” teachers. Right now the first and second graders are learning the parts of the body, the fourth graders are learning about food groups and the difference between health and unhealthy, ...
... such a llamativa (bright) color. Everyone here is very well-dressed. No T-shirts and sweatpants, that's for sure. Everything is pressed and tucked in.
The whole town shuts down for siesta (afternoon nap) between 1 and 2pm until 5 or 6pm. It's no wonder this country is in such poor economic shape. The whole population stops business to take a nap. This was less common when I was in ...