NH Las Tablas
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... watched some avant garde movies from the 1920s and 30s and I'd have to say some of them were very disturbing.
There were lots of art work to do with the civil war as well and they were depressing but interesting. All in all a great museum. We staggered out of there about 6.30pm worn out from the days travelling, and the heat and the walking so we dawdled home in search of a light snack before resting our fatigued bodies.
We meet our new group tomorrow.
... of the colonists, at will, shall have the right and the power to bring an action, a claim, and a suit for that amount of money, in accordance with this law, in a recuperatory action, before a duumvir or a prefect.
129. All duumvirs, aediles, and prefects of the colony Genetiva Julia, and likewise all decurions of the colony Genetiva Julia, diligently and without malicious deception, shall observe and obey the decrees of the decurions, and ...
... found the locations of several different Laundromats but all of them were about an hour’s walk away so not feeling like walking for two hours with laundry we went back up to our rooms and did some laundry in the bathrooms where I strung up my clothes on a line. After that huge effort I retired to my bed for a nap.
As I was on a quick toilet break I heard the door open and in popped my new roommate. David we started to get ...
... tasted anything so succulent with dribble down the chin juices to be mopped up later with crusty rolls. The skin was crisp yet delicately thin - think piggy crème brûlée rather than tradional crackling.
It's slow morning now after our big night out with a busy day ahead. We will look at the castle then bus down to Madrid to meet the group.
Much love from both of us xxx
(Apologies:many animals were injured in the making of this ...
... cost us €3.50 each to get in...unfortunately we didn't see a whole lot though, they did have one small section showing a massive pile of bones...but that was it. As part of the ticket you also enter the main church which is basically all gold leave carvings all over the wall inside. We aren't allowed to take any photos but gaza was very stealth and had his GoPro on, taking sneaky shots - cos it doesn't make a sound haha!! The ...