NH Monte Rozas
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... t once apologised for the delay or offer an explanation for it. While we were waiting at the airport I did ask the woman at the gate and she said there was a medical emergency involving a passenger requiring a wheel chair. I'm not quite sure how that translates into a two hour delay. My first Ryan a Air experience has not been a good one. I have always had good experiences with my flights, but on this trip not one of them has been major problem free! Let's see how we do ...
... sun for a bit then went for a long swim, despite it being colder than the day before. I discovered Michael is one of those people who is really bad at getting in the water, so from that day on I began creeping up on him and tackling him when we were standing in the shallow water. Sophie and Jade soon appeared with Axel and Kia (a Dutch chico and an American chica I will explain more about later) so we lay in the sun and talked to them for a while. After a bit me, you and Michael ...
... of a successful tank design - Firepower; Mobility; and Armor, I was able to swap interesting tidbits of information with my traveling companions. All of which would have been punishing for Joanne or any other non enthusiast. We also got to 'go behind the scenes' courtesy of a friend if Chris's who volunteers at the museum workshop. 90 % of the restoration and maintenance work is undertaken by self educated volunteers. A truly heroic labor of love. I had a chance to scramble in and out ...
... it seemed so luxurious… the streets were wide
unlike Italy and I was less congested like paris. I was surprised that people
do not speak any English… I think I just assumed people everywhere know English
but so far my experience with spain in very Spanish. The taxi driver literally
dropped me off on the side of some road and directed me to the door with a
number 7 over top of it. I buzzed the number 5 hoping that my home ...
... bars and huge Plaza Mayor that was built in 1755. It has a real vitality that you often find in student towns. Scott's son told us that for just over a euro you can get a beer and a tapas and you can do that all night. Why wouldn't you live there? On the way back we called into Avila, a relatively small city famous for the imposing wall surrounding the old city. Eight massive gates, 88 watchtowers, 2500 turrets. Seems to go on forever.
Toledo is one of the most ...