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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back to my trip to Venezuela back in 99… It’s a beautiful moment and nothing can spoil it… not the rain… not a couple guys that are really drunk and rowdy… It’s an immortal musical moment that I will always treasure and remind myself “That’s what it’s all about…” And then, just like that it was over… we bid each farewell, and I continue on my journey… I decide to head on west, through a quieter ...
... br> ready to just make a couple quick stops at those either in direct route or
described as especially significant.
One of those stops was the small town of Orgaz where I had
lunch. Orgaz is quite a nice small town for these parts (many in La Mancha aren’t
that attractive) and is known because of El Greco’s most famous painting, The
Burial of the Count of Orgaz, which I saw last week in the church of Santo Tome
in Toledo. Orgaz has lots ...
... in between. Mornings are when the delivery trucks are in the streets and shop owners are cleaning their front pavements and windows - so sandals are not the best - you end up with mud splatter on your feet. I booked I to the walking tour for midday and then caught the hop on and off bus again - this time the second route which was supposed to only be an hour. There was a bit of a cross over on the two routes but route 2 ventured out of the city centre area. I was able ...
... It was really a lovely meal. For dessert we got a creme brulee type pudding and a little cup of expresso with or without milk. What a great experience! The owner is the Marquis who came from Australia. He is not well healthwise and his niece and her husband run the place. They were so nice.
Back on the but to the hotel - Sue and Joan ran to the big store to replace Sue's "readers" that broke, I ran and used the pay phone and Peggy to the room as she'd pulled ...
... that my father displayed. My father was a person intently interested in family history, but evidently, only the history of 'notables'. He was from Christchurch, and those buggers are notorious for taking genealogy seriously...'Your forbears arrived on the first 4 ships' type bollocks. It is a common phenomenon that the generation born immediately after the war paid little attention to it, or the part their parents, uncles etc, played in it. Perhaps they were overexposed to ...