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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Babysitting service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... decide if that’s actually a plan or just a crazy idea. If I’m really going to play music in 10,000 towns, then there’s no point in spending a lot of money on long bus trips between major cities and “must see” sites. I might as well just go town by town, inching my way across the map, the say way I do in Morocco. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I’m heading in the direction of Sevilla again. But this time ...
... we read that there were few places to park.
It was odd but fun going across the border. It was like going from Kilbirnie to Seatoun in Wellington, however having to go through a border checkpoint. We with our bikes, traffic, people and police everywhere, you flash your passport at the policeman and you are flagged through. Light security but I am sure the cameras are watching everything. ...
... which has winds of above 30 knots for over 300 days of the year, with little more than 5 knots behind us and a low but favourable current, making our passage through the Straits as gentle as could be. It was too hazy for us to get much of a view of Africa as we passed by, but the knowledge that we were only about 10 miles away from another continent was really incredible.
The wind picked up as we reached Gibraltar Bay and the seas became confused, ...
do you have trouble making decisions? Why do you think that is? I have a hard time making decisions. In fact I even had a hard time choosing this personal reflective prompt. Sometimes I feel over-whelmed when deciding what to eat. I don't know where I want to go to high school expect that my sister goes to Agoura so I probably will go there too. When I hang out with my friends I usually let them decide what to do. I think I ...
... took it over. It was pretty cool for an unplanned trip to a free museum! We also walked through an incredibly decorated Spanish cathedral that had a gold-painted altar, a beautiful mural on the ceiling, and biblical scenes painted on the walls. Once it became dark, the Christmas lights on the main street were lit, so we enjoyed that as we walked through town. I was very excited to see so many Christmas decorations since I know I will not see anything like that in Azrou, and I have ...