Hostal La Milagrosa
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... is not far to travel to.
We have liked having coffee on the terrace of the Voramar hotel and have met some lovely people who come here every year.
The coast is lovely here and we really liked Peniscola too.
There are not so many high rise modern hotels as further down the coast and there is still some old world charm about the area with it's lovely ...
... is in the initial stage, I plan to start out in Malaysia and Indonesia, before travelling overland to Thailand. Spend sometime in Chiang Mai, take a trip to Pai Then chill in Chiang Mai for a while before heading to Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia.
So far after a couple of days this is how far I've got in the planning stage and I do have another 11 months to go and a lot of things could change between now and then.
Today we started packing our bags. It's time to head for home...the one we have in Sarasota!
It has been a wonderful two months here, we've experienced a part of Spain that very few Americans see. At first I felt very frustrated by the my language difficulties. Most Spaniards we met don't speak very much English and my Spanish is ...
Lars and I have spent the last two days obtaining a number called N.I.E. I'm providing you with the Wikipedia explaination....because, even in Spain, most people don't know what the initials actually stand for.
The NIE Number is a tax identification number in Spain, known in Spanish as the “Número de Identificación de Extranjeros”. The NIE Number is issued by the National Police of Spain and in ...
... which forms a belt around part of the old central city. Impressive, even to Floridians like us.
We climbed to the top of the Basilica of Santa Maria de Elche, the site of the annual pageant honoring the assumption of the Virgin Mary. The drama dates back to the 15th century and is performed each August in the church. The view from the bell tower ...