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(Chapter 16) Montoya came to me while i was shaving to tell me he's "'just had a message from them at the Grand Hotel that they want Pedro Romero and Marcial Lalanda to come over for coffee to-night after dinner'" (175). he later referred to this as the "Grand Hotel business" warning me not to go. I paid little attention though.
(Chapter Sixteen) "You kill your friends?" [Brett] asked. "Always," [Pedro Romero] said in English, and laughed. "So they don't kill me." He looked at her across the table (190). I knew there was something between the two, and Mike and Cohn and myself could do nothing to stop her impulsive nature. I went to get some friends to come down to the Hotel Montoya's restaurant, but when I came back downstairs they were gone. She better be careful with him, he's scheduled to fight an arroba…
(Chapter 1) After Frances scotched the idea of Robert and me going to Strasbourg, I offered to take Robert to Senlis. "Senlis is a good place and we can stay at the Gran Cerf and take a hike in the woods," I told him (14). Here's a postcard from my last stay in Senlis. I love that stag's head mounted over the door of the Gran Cerf Hotel on the Rue de la Republique. Most of the stupid American tourists who go there don't know that "Gran Cerf" means "big stag" in French.
"In tune with my recent run of ill fortune, the Gran Hotel Hispano - which announces itself brightly enough with two highly polished brass plaques, one to each side of the doorway - is full. This is where he (my grandfather) had a front room, fixed up with carpets bought by himself." (Chapter 7, November 5, 1999, TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY, page 99-100)
El hotel florida(Madrid) Estuvo situado en el ala sur de la plaza de callao de Madrid. Obra de Antonio palacios, inaugurado el 1 de febrero de 1924 y sirvió de alojamiento a la mayoría de los corresponsales extranjeros destacados en Madrid durante la guerra civil española, entre ellos ernest hemingway. En 1964 fue derribado para construir unos grandes almacenes que, en principio, pertenecieron a galerías preciados y después, tras la quiebra de esta cadena, a el corte inglés
Qatar, país de bellos contrastes. Donde las más arraigadas tradiciones árabes conviven con centros comerciales, cadenas de fast food y hoteles de gran lujo. #1000ViajesEstrella http://agente.1000tentaciones.com/ahorrovacaciones
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