Casa Pino Solo
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- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... her head (under her helmet) was the bathing cap she took with her from the monestary . . . Even this gear was not enough and she hit the van . . Chilled to the bone she was . . .
We "carried on" through small towns - lots of farmland and tractors around - biking with the Sierra Nevada Mountains in front of us - no one but us on that road! Passed a glider (hand held little plane) and eventually stopped ...
This quote means that before things get better, they will get worse, which allows improvement. I think this is correct in some contexts, but not in others. For instance, when you're sick, you have to have a fever to get rid of the invading pathogens. But if your super rich, you probably want to stay rich and therefore wouldn't allow your situation to worsen very ...
... the entirety of Spain and Portugal, she made it! Trouble is, Jane's now refusing to go back down...
David's villa is lovely. Beautiful house, stunning views, fine hospitality. Absolutely wonderful. I write this under the shade from the vine covered pergola while Jane has a little siesta by the pool.
Sadly, we have to leave tomorrow as we are booked into the Alhambra at Granada. Better have another swim, I ...
... better connection. So, Greg ended up building a make-shift standing desk with 4 night stands/side tables! hahaha, it looks so ghetto, but who cares, it works! :)
Oh yeah, it was definitely nice to take a good warm shower finally... :) It seems we always had some issues with showers in this trip. Either not enough water pressure, ***********trol temperature (super hot or ice cold), etc. But still better than water showers (no option for hot water) in Nicaragua. :)
... Sheer bloodymindedness was kicking in at this point. Well I have to say that they keep the roads in immaculate condition, way better than in England. Its just the hideous crumbling precipices at the side of these superbly maintained roads that are the problem. Stopping occasionally at parking spots (well areas of dirt at the edge of the beautifully tarmacced roads) in order to take photos and give myself yet another pep talk, I eventually reached Trevalez. Totally worth the ...