Parador de Limpias
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... together walking through town and having some drinks. While we were having something to drink we got a Whatsapp from Corinne with bad news, her father past away due to an accident with a bull as he was a farmer. We felt really sorry for Corinne and her family and we phoned her later on in the evening to condole. In our hearts we're with her ! Mary and Marco than had to leave as they had to keep driving towards Malaga. (Afterwards we found out they had ...
... Pamplona however he felt he hadn't done much with his life so he became severely depressed and cut his own heard off. There is a reason for this story I promise! This race is for men only. There is a simulator that replicates a bull race for the men participating to practise, this is available to women however it is frowned upon! It has been determined that if any woman runs in the race and is killed or injured by a bull it's too bad because she is a female. Men that run in the race ...
... me s******ing at a piece of 'art' and getting a very angry look from a French man, it's maybe just as well we didn't go inside! There's a funicular railway that takes you to the top of a small mountain on the edge of Bilbao. We went at twilight and got some beautiful views of the city below. The lights were beginning to twinkle and the distant mountains were lined with a haze of orange from the setting sun. For dinner we got Domino's pizza ...
... her mother grew up. They have 1 area of the downstairs that is just a kitchen and dining room area that they do not rent out, but have remodeled just for their family. The house also has a nice little pool and a small orchard and garden that Ana's dad takes care of. We just enjoyed the day by laying in the yard, watching the kids and Cesar catch butterflies and tadpoles, swimming and playing in the yard. By early evening, the ...
... 8211; and anyone who knows me knows how many questions I ask! I learned about Spanish history and politics, about the educational system and its flaws, about wine and bonsai trees, about the language of the Pais Vasco… He was a treasure chest of information. He also taught me how to use the Nescafe maker – The European equivalent of a Keurig.
Never has a Cappuccino tasted sweeter J
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