Hotel Oasis Atalaya
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... in 1251 and several decades later a castle was built. In 1395 Pedro Ponce de Leon gave the castle to San Agustin Monks and it was converted into a monastery.The Monks named the monastery,Virgen de Regia, the Patron Saint of the town. Spain's tallest lighthouse and the third highest in the world,Faro de Chipiona, dates from 1867,but a lighthouse was first built on this spot by the Romans in 140 BC to guide ships to the entrance of ...
... Señora y me looked at each other "Well, darling, that is so selfless of you, so kind and considerate, to go out there in the heat of the day to a lonely bar to let us have some space, we are both overwhelmed with gratitude" I couldn't quite catch Senor's response.
Sábado 7 Marzo 2015
We decided to stretch our legs along the dunes and cliffs. It was another wonderful day, we were content and as usual asked each other why we were ...
Cadiz was one of the original trading centers for Spain. It is one of the richest provinces. Temperature in Seville today is 94 degrees. Seville is rich in history. Parks are abundant as well as sidewalk cafés. The river ran through middle of Seville but has dried up so they made a plaza where the river flowed. On Sunday afternoon it was full of families. We saw several picnics and musicians in the ...
... dinner on the roof of the hostel with Stephanie, my last remaining classmate in town, and her boyfriend Oscar, who gave me good basic lesson on Spanish politics- people vote for a party, not a candidate. That was the night I discovered another new Spanish food- these round sweet, anise flavored flaky crackery/cookie things, so good!
Oh, and last, but by no means least, I ended up getting a B in my TEFL course-woo hoo!!!!!
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Our (my) tummies were set until lunch at 1 PM. Time for more strolling, more photos, setting on wet park benches and dodging the occasional rain, and enjoying fleeting shafts of sunlight. The cobbled surfaces of the street, the weathered limestone walls, and iron covered windows and doorways could have been torn from the canvas of an old master painting. Photo ops everywhere! Around 12:30PM ...