Jaime I Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... since we have been assigning characters. The Sat Nav is Dougal, as he gets grumpy when we go a different way to what he has shown us and sometimes says odd things. He's Spanish so we are getting lots of practise on directions.
Jo has chosen Dylan on the basis that she's been so laid back on occasions we've gone the wrong way. She was certain that she was not going to be Ermintrude!
On the way into Prades we spotted a house for sale ...
... with its entrance flanked by giant granite torchbearers, and saw the Ateneum Art Museum, albeit shrouded for restoration. From there we passed the austere General Post Office, Sanomatalo, housing the daily newspapers' editorial offices, Finlandia Park, Helsinki Music Centre, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Parliament House (also undergoing major restoration). From there we found our way to the Temppeliaukio Church, a modern church built into the rock, with its copper ...
... until they went to the lecture on Russian lacquer and we returned to the cabin, where I spent a couple of hours checking photos and getting this up to date. Having looked at tonight's menu in Discoveries we have decided to go to Windows for the Italian Buffet instead. Bill made up an antipasto plate for himself and I had chicken parmigiana, one piece of gnocchi romana, pesto lasagne and ...
... Throne Room has his and hers thrones saved from the earlier palace and the Tower Room features 1920s tapestries portraying scenes from Danish folklore which were made in the room itself. Going down the King's Staircase, we exited through the Hall of the Giants (and customary gift shop) and down to the Ruins underneath the palace. These show remnants from the site's development over more than 800 years, back to the 1167 castle Bishop Absalon built on a small ...
The calm seas continued throughout the night and we awoke to a mild morning and had coffee and juice and read in bed. As we got closer to the tip of Denmark the shipping traffic increased and, when we sighted the coastline and continued on to Skågen, it was like Rundle Street, with oil and gas tankers, fishing boats and even yachts. Bill went down for breakfast while I had a shower, then I got a coffee and we went to the Cabaret Lounge for the captain's ...