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Hotel Rice Palacio de los Blasones, Burgos | Web oficial - Hotel de 4 estrellas con encanto en el corazón de Burgos. Antigua casa palacio reformada con amplias habitaciones, restaurante y magníficas instalaciones para eventos.

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  • Amazon Customer - Lavender essential oil works better and is safer!

    Didn't help at all with dogs fleas. Ended up just puting a few drops of lavender essential oil on her regular collar and on her butt. Fleas were gone in just a couple days after that. Looking up online, an all natural cure, don't need to worry about my kids touching it, kills the fleas, and my dog smells great! Win win for everyone

  • Norma B. Holloway - Tart and crisp taste

    Satisfying drink-I was hoping for a more strawberry taste-it is a bit on the tart side but still good.

  • Kathleen Mysliwiec - Worst Appliance Ever

    I have a Bissell steam mop and love it. I thought it would be great to be able to vacuum (sweep) and steam the floor all at one time. The sweeper part does not remove the dust from the floor so that when you steam the left over dust clumps up creating black globs. Also, although it puts out a lot of steam, you can't get close to the baseboards or under the cabinets. I really wanted to like this appliance and make it work so I tried it a number of times and, alas have kept it too long to return it to the store. Guess I'll end up giving it away.

  • Philip Harris - Microsoft got this right

    As is consistent with other software releases from Microsoft for 2012 (Sql Server, etc.) this product is a winner and well worth the price of admission. It's light years ahead of VS 2010 and includes tools like LightSwitch and Blend that address the huge range of interfaces a developer has to deal with in day to day problem solving.

  • G. P. Cruikshank - cover is brutal

    Should be "golf" mag, not girlie mag. Figure out what you want to be; legit golf resource or just another cheesy mag that will do anything to sell copies.

  • Jasmine - Essential

    This is the first Witches datebook I've purchased and so far I'm very happy with it. It's small, feels sturdy, is very pretty and well written and has already taught me some new things. I'm the kind of person that absolutely needs a planner to keep me on track every day so I know that this will help me be more mindful/focused on my daily life and my mental and spiritual wellness, too. I felt that they could have included a little more info, maybe some on plants or oils or crystals sprinkled throughout the text like other tidbits of knowledge are. But maybe that would have ruined the concise nature of the datebook. Either way I'm very happy.

  • Bookreporter - Fascinating, mesmerizing and very readable

    I was so enchanted with HOMEWARD BOUND that I did something I haven’t done in decades: I listened to the new Paul Simon album (Stranger to Stranger, which is actually pretty good) and dusted off (figuratively, since everything is digital now) the Simon & Garfunkel catalogue, particularly the oh-so-easily-relatable “Fakin’ It.” Who knew, a half-century after the fact, that a three-minute-plus folk-rock song would be even more relevant to at least some people than it was when it was first recorded?