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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cuirass, which is a back and breast form-fitting metal plate, as well as the other pieces of hinged plating for the arms, hands, legs, feet and head.It was a very expensive proposition to outfit oneself for battle with horse and armor in the service of a feudal lord during the early and high middle ages. This protection gradually faded to an historic artifact in the late middle ages and Renaissance with the introduction of gun powder from China and ...
... to our Hotel The Princesa. The rooms are not enormous but adequate. It seems to be rather central,with plenty of places to find something to eat.. Sandra arrived, it was great to catch up again, it seems like we have never been apart. All very tired,looking forward to a good nights ...
... word had gotten out we were
doing it, but it was what it was and it happened. The tattoo artist was o
badass and I almost chickened out last minuet. I think what pushed me through
it is wanting to stick to my gut. I had been thinking about it for a while and
talking about it all trip and Tamar pushed me to follow through. I am so happy I
did it. I feel like I surprised myself that I was able to do it and it was in a
sense a stamp of independence. I felt pure joy ...
... hotel before heading out again for dinner!
Today walked across the Puente de Alcantara bridge, then along the roadside with Toledo on the opposite side of the river till the Puenet de San Martin bridge. The old walls and fortifications are very obvious when viewed from the across the Rio Tajo. The construction of the bridges would have been a real challenge. Crossed back into the old city and went into the Catholic Cathedral where we took a self guided tour. Its a ...
... be completely different words!
Spaniards use body language a lot! And I have picked it up, I'm really self conscious of it because I rarely use my hands when I'm at home so I subconsciously put my hands in my pockets when I talk to avoid doing it!
Everyone sings to music, and there is literally nothing funnier than listening to Spanish people try to sing English confidently but stuff the words up completely or make up new ...