Calade


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Ca`lade´


n.1.A slope or declivity in a manege ground down which a horse is made to gallop, to give suppleness to his haunches.
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There you can take an afternoon dip in the open-air pool ahead of your evening meal, selected from a mouthwatering menu at the Calade Restaurant - and all served up with that staggering vista as a backdrop.
Staying at the newly-refurbished Radisson Blu hotel is the perfect base for what lies ahead; a mixture of hands-on sight-seeing and unashamed 'me time.' A [euro]12 million top-to-bottom upgrade provides a sense of affordable luxury, from the exquisite bedrooms with a five-star feel to the rooftop terrace where you can take an afternoon dip in the open air pool ahead of your evening meal, selected from a mouth-watering menu at the Calade Restaurant and served up against the backdrop of the aforementioned vista.
Staying at the newly-refurbished Radisson Blu hotel is the perfect base for what lies ahead; a mixture of hands-on sight-seeing and unashamed 'me time.' A [euro]12 million top-to-bottom upgrade provides a sense of affordable luxury, from the exquisite bedrooms with a five-star feel to the rooftop terrace where you can take afternoon dip in the open air pool ahead of your evening meal, selected from a mouth-watering menu at the Calade Restaurant and served up against the backdrop of the aforementioned vista.
Under the entry for 'Calade' he writes: 'Denomination that is used for the jurisdictions of various kingdoms in the mountains near Dili, in the interior of the island' (Das Dores 1903:23).
The first full-scale search for Amy will begin today and volunteers have been told to meet up in the local Calade Mijas soccer stadium at 9am.
Marie-E Handman, La Violence et la ruse: Hommes et femmes dans un village Grec (La Calade, France: Edisud, 1983); William H.