Hotel Vil-la Romana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... us out of the water most of the time, it means our records of 50 throw an catch, 30 volley ball style hits and our bat and ball water record of 76 will probably not be beaten this year. We will have to try and remember them for next year!! Heading home tomorrow, or at least starting out journey, were currently about 1300 miles from home and 1000 from Calais so a good few days of driving ahead of us...the ferry is booked for Friday ...
... as I hadn't had one since I have is food poisoning nearly two weeks ago.. We had spotted the Hard Rock Cafe earlier on in the day so decided that we'd jump back on the metro and head there, it was only a few stops from where we were and we both just wanted something nice and easy which we knew was gonna be pretty good.. When we got there there was a huge group of school kids who were on a trip or something so we were a bit worried that we wouldn't get a ...
... they offered the white wine we had tasted earlier in the evening, we gave up any reservations, ordered a bottle, and settled in. Later in the evening, after we'd had our second bottle of the white, we calculated that those two bottles, the two we purchased earlier, the one from which we had tasted, and the one Jeff drank three years ago, all collectively accounted for more than 1-percent of the total production.
As we enjoyed our first glass of wine, ...
... Scotland attempted late last year. Every local we encountered in the area, literally, was talking about the vote, and we learned that the prevalence of Catalan flags everywhere was tied to an organized "get-out-the-vote" effort. I found it all fascinating.
In addition to the food, of course, we had wine, and lots of it. Even the girls got to join in a little. They also served us some of the vermouth they made on their estate. I know ...
... rear right side of the van lurched upwards. I didn't stop, as I was trying my best to get the van into the channel between two buildings, and make the final drive push up a 30-degree incline to the hotel. I barely cleared the sides, and then asked those in back, "What the hell was that?" To which I heard, in unison, "there were stairs." What? Stairs? Where? No time to worry, as the tires of the van were beginning to slip on the marble cobblestones. I ...