Suites Kris Aeropuerto
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... of absence had arisen, namely, serious illness, or business connected with bail, or jurisdiction, or sacrifice, or funeral in his household, or purificatory rites ensuing thereon, or that he is prevented from attending by a magistracy or power conferred by the Roman people: then no action shall lie in respect to matters for which an inquiry is provided by this law. And in respect to such matter: the law shall take its course and the matter shall ...
... the night before. Luckily, I can listen to music and keep busy on my computer with the door closed since I feel slightly uncomfortable being in the middle of all the commotion. Once things quieted down a bit, I decided I needed to take a hot shower and eat some leftover pizza from my late lunch. I tried to socialize with Beatriz y Philippe to practice my Spanish but quickly retreated to my room so that I could continue to edit my photos and share my experiences via this blog. Buenos ...
... happiness I want to let my happiness guide me, because only then will I find more of it. The peace sign: I believe that all things should be done with a peaceful mindset. I can't expect to have peace on this earth if I don't first have peaceful thoughts. Inner peace is the only way to be at ease with this crazy world around us. The paper airplane: When people make paper airplanes there is one thing that's guaranteed, they always take off. Where they are going to land is always ...
... there... We went to Oxford as a destination subsequent and subservient to the quest to locate my Great Uncle Sam's grave. His ghost has been with me since early childhood. I remember visiting his sister, my Great Aunty Ursula, and seeing a faded black and white photograph of a man in flying kit that hung over her kitchen entrance. It was explained to me, sotto voce, upon my enquiring who it was, that this was Sam, and that he'd 'died in the war'. A phrase, no doubt, repeated in ...
... we even took an outdoor escalator to get to the top of the city! While I loved the uber famous and monstrous cathedral, it was the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes that won my heart. It only cost 2 euros, there were no tourists, and it was our first taste of the Moorish designs. I love love loved it. Wood panels, carvings, mosaics, courtyards, ah.
2. The irony of wanting to do a Spanish ...