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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... signs of the bad economy.
We didn't eat in the Parador, choosing instead to eat at a local bar where we had a plate of croquettes and one of assorted cheeses, with local wine for a total of €20. Eating in Spain is usually a lot less expensive than in ...
... food item I am bringing home with me, the dressing. I don´t know if I can even call it dressing. It´s just olive oil, vinegar, and salt. I never thought that those simple ingredients could taste so good. The first favourite food you wonder.... is Tasty Todd. Don´t get scared folks lol! He made this homemade salsa that is out of this world, and because I liked it so much he made it two nights in a row and taught me his recipe. Woohoo! I am ...
... play with the kitty. Tonight we are going to watch Todd play in the orchestra. And we really are excited about it. It gives it a bit more of a wow factor because we will know someone playing. I'm at the beach, away from the Camino, one week away from Italy and two weeks away from the Oasis of the seas... This is called: "HAPPY". Anddddd I had an amazing accomplishment last night. For the first time in over 37 days I slept THROUGH THE NIGHT!!!! Yeah. I'm ...
... empty and the rough swell would deter people from using the gym (smart people). Toby was right, there were only 8 other people at the gym. I started on the treadmill but it was too hard to walk with the ship moving too much. The gym is located on level 13 at the front of the ship. The 3 walls of the gym are glass and look out the front of the ship. I started feeling motion sick from lopsided walking on the treadmill and looking out at ...
... reefed but as before Dunikolu was taking it all in her stride.
Then a series of incidents began starting with the auto helm failing due to a lack of power. This was resolved by turning the engine on again, but required us to refuel in conditions with waves breaking over the deck. It was not as easy as it sounds (doesn't sound easy to me Skipper) and we got a soaking for our troubles. The bow mooring line came free and Kevin went forward to reattach this and ...