Hotel Reina Isabel
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... while the rest of the group wandered around the town to shop and snack. Those of us who attended the fountain show were blown out of the water, quite literally. Each fountain show lasted about ten minutes, with a gradual increase in height and width of water sprays. The first two fountains were particularly powerful. Groups of Spanish school kids stood by the the railing of the fountains in their bathing suits and by the end of each display were ...
... monuments. Each group put in great effort, but Olivia, Caroline, and Alina won, having the fewest errors in the shortest amount of time. Then, we all went to a café, where we feasted on a Spanish treat: churros dipped in hot chocolate. Yum! In the evening, we had some free time before the students returned home, so we went up to a park with a scenic overlook, where the students kicked around a soccer ball, chatted, and enjoyed another picture-perfect ...
... cafe to feed us 3 bad cups of coffee, 4 fresh orange juices, two donut things, a mini chicken pie, and a ham and cheese crusty roll (not sure that's what we ordered - ah well), shortly followed by a ham and cheese toasted sandwich (yes, we did order that).
This time Ev and Mark took the challenge to eat the extra food! But we can't complain, the food was good (except the coffee) and so cheap - all that for $14.
And so it was not long after this that ...
... We were delighted to hear from Rob Fleming re the sanfl grand final - sorry brownie- made our day.
Have a great cruise Mary n Rob.
Good to hear Julie and Dennis r enjoying their holiday.
Curtis clan hope u got bussie class - enjoy.
xxx Ann n Jeff
Ps fashion hints
Ladies wedges, platforms, plateform wedges.
Men slim fitting shorts with small cuffs.
Congratulations bray o getting your first ...
... a large French stick with what ever you want inside it). We then walked around this great town which was so quiet at siesta time that a pin drop would sound like a bomb being dropped! We then went inside the Cathedral De Avila, in the middle of the town. The cathedral was very relaxing and intriguing, with nuns a plenty to be seen roaming down the corridors. The silence both inside the church and in the cloister, made for ...