Travelodge Las Rozas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... remaining flights (Milan to Prague, Budapest to Istanbul and Istanbul to KL then KL to Melbourne). Would it be too much to hope they all go glitch free? Stay tuned. ... Oh my. 9.38 pm now and we are on the train to Monterosso. We transfer at La Spezia. The train left pisa at 9.36 pm and arrives at La Spezia at 10.45 pm. The train we transfer onto leaves at 11.10 pm and gets us to Monterosso at 11.34 pm. So everything is on track. Even more impressive, we have our ...
... so we decided to go to town and try these burgers that were meant to be amongst the best in the world. The lunch menu at said place was quite expensive (14 euro I think for a burger and a compulsory drink) but although it wasn't the best burger I'd ever eaten and by far not the best for value, it was still incredibly quality. We sat there in the sun for a while finishing our huge burgers, drinking our drinks, before returning home via the supermarket. We had grand plans ...
... tanks, as well as sit on the Sherman Tank used in the upcoming movie 'Fury', a Brad Pitt WW2 extravaganza that promises to rewrite history to demonstrate that the Americans won the war, single handed, by the deployment of a good looking adopter of Third World orphans. I had a ball. That night, we all went out for diner at a local French Restaurant (possibly sub consciously doing penance for all the 'Cheese eating surrender monkey' jokes we'd been making at the Gallic's expense ...
... br> would answer, there was 2 5’s one for izquierda and one for derecha- right and
left… I took a gamble. Luckily 5d was the right one as when the frantic Spanish
lady I talked to on the phone came on after I buzzed- letting me in. I was
happy to see a small little elevator which had a weight limit of 4 people-
although I feel like my suitcase could have been heavy enough for all 4. Maria
Antonia- my home stay host greeted me ...
... in Spain and that was evident when we went there. There's good reasons why it's so popular. It's nestled at a high point in the bend of the Tajo river and enclosed by a wall. It's got tons of cultural stuff that remind one of past occupants of the city - Romans, Visigoths, Jews, Muslims and Christians. And just for punishment we visited another cathedral. (We said the last one was definitely the last). You keep telling yourself, and others that will listen, that they ...