Even at lerida, a place scarcely at all affected by foreign travellers, we were perfectly comfortable—and such sights!
Who would have supposed such an idyll in the quiet town of lerida?
He left the train at lerida, going on foot from the station to the town, but he did not seek an hotel.
We were recognised as English, and the English who visit lerida are few and far between.
His troops, dispersed by the two disastrous battles, were reassembled at lerida.
If ever you visit lerida again, and I am quartered here, I hope you will find me out.
The Goths had much to do with lerida, and in 546 it became a Bishopric.
What if the night-porter failed us, as he had failed in lerida?
Our children are all out in the world, and not one of them lives in lerida.
But these frantic discords just please the people of lerida, who have not been educated to anything better.