SHS Hotel Aeropuerto
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... local knowledge things that can get you in trouble if you aren't made privy to the colloquial name. Of course we entered the 1st class car by mistake, then kept going till we plopped ourselves down in a 2nd class car. Turns out it was for wheelchairs and people with bikes. But we stayed as there seemed to be plenty of room. Also the bathroom was large and when I used it I felt like I was on the Starship Enterprise! At Brussels Midi ...
... joked that 9:30 was the earliest she could get and the restaurant was practically empty when we arrived and bustling when we left. It will take some adjusting to get used to their later lifestyle here! We had a birthday feast for Dan of some more grilled octopus in a buttery sauce, Brie and apple baked salad and while mom and Dan opted for the fresh fish, I think I won with the most juicy steak and frites! We are off to Toledo tomorrow for our first day trip outside ...
... shade everywhere. Interesting plantings here the parks double straight rows of trees Next a wee siesta at which time Ann decided to try the bidet must have been rather too enthusiastic and simultaneously washed her clothes !!!!! Off into town for dinner( not that I needed any). We walked and walked and walked again , found another museum ( there are 52 museums in Madrid ) and finally arrived at our ...
Well, I did it. It's done. Phew. I successfully turned 30 and managed to avoid throwing my withered old husk out the nearest glassion-barque balcony, death via sudden defenestration and associated blood loss from tumbling glass flechette, blunt force trauma with regards to cobblestones or simply being TOO DAMN OLD. But such was not my fate. In truth turning 30 'on the road' as Kerouac would say was a pretty muted affair, as the actual physical requirements of travel preclude ...
... in the wave of the Med, and yet still keep an eye on them. It is weird, not just because it is so narrow, but because the only thing on this long narrow piece of land is hotels and apartment blocks. And even though it was May when I visited it was still virtually empty. Much of the apartments, particularly those at the very end of La Manga, are for sale – which is not surprising given the economic situation. The majority of the buildings on La Manga were constructed in the boom ...