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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A quick basic breakfast was had at Hotel Sauce before Battery Boy and Video Girl headed out to visit the interior of the Basicilia.
Battery Boy might be chastised by Pope Francis but he felt that Basicilia Zaragoza was grander than the Sistine Chapel. The frescoes and sculpture almost caused an information overload due to the size and …
Battery Boy and Video Girl went down early this morning and had a delightful breakfast of tostado with tomatoes and jamon, fresh orange juice and cafe con letche at La Petite Brioche. It is such a pleasant way to start the day dining alfresco under large shady trees that line many of the streets in Valencia.
They returned to their hotel to …
Barcelona to Madrid is about 3 hours by high speed train or about 5 hours by the toll highway . While researching options, we came across a travel blog that suggested a longer trip that takes you off the beaten path. It was so worth it. We stopped at many little towns along the way. Since it was Sunday the stores were closed and it was so neat to see ...
... en todos aspectos. Ya tienes una parte de mi corazón. Entonces hasta la próxima España. Volveré pronto.
I am very sorry that I can't stay longer here with you. It is time to move forward. It has been a pleasure living here and learning about your culture, your food, your history and your people. I have grown in every aspect. You now have a piece of my heart. So, until next time Spain. I will return ...
... with a ring of onions around his neck, smiling broadly and squeezing the **** out of his organ (perhaps I should rephrase that..). This walking cliche will then park himself somewhere close to you and regale you and your significant other with 'oldies and goodies' of the romantic genre. It's a bit like a West Auckland funeral. You know, as soon as you see the mulleted haircut of the next speaker heading towards the podium to make a speech extolling the virtues of the ...