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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our San Francisco background definitely gave us a competitive edge. Upon arriving, Vasco, was here to greet us like old college friends. I immediately liked the guy. The place is awesome, on a corner with two open balconies overlooking cobble stone streets, brick walls with beautiful vegetation and clothes air drying out others windows. It is in the old part of the city and everyone knows each other so ...
... We had a blast. The rice here is crazy good. We figured out, we think, that while it is being steamed there is roasted garlic and olive oil in the steaming waters the flavour is very subtle and the rice very fluffy. As you can see by the photos it is a very casual place. From the outside, you would not know it was there and as you got closer you probably would not go in. It is simple and simply great!
After lunch ...
... people and organisations. It is truly unique, and even has, believe it or not, bunches if grapes at the top of a few of the spires, of which there is planned to be 18 when completed... Bizarre to say the least but certainly a must to see if you are ever over here, even if you are not particularly into churches ( check out the photos) You can apparently take a lift ride up one of the towers 100 metres up for a panoramic view of the city, but the line up ...
... homesick. I didn't cry, I didn't ever think "I want to go home," and yet I know my time here is coming to an end and I'm ready. I love it here, but there really is no place like home. Of course I still have yet to see Lisbon and London before I spend two weeks on the Mediterranean beach with my mom, but I know I will be ready to leave my Spanish life and welcome my simple Pullman life when I come home. I miss my family, I miss my friends, I miss ...
... goalmouth melee. Charlie added a drag flick goal in the dying seconds to make it a respectable 3-1 win. Marlborough were suitably crest fallen, with half time coaching comments about Churcher’s being one trick pony, coming back to haunt them and proving they had obviously not
learned the trick or managed to catch the pony! With spirits high we returned to the coffee bar where our hostess produced some of her locally famous ...