Torre Levante Apartments
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... the group of 40 was going on a field trip, taking the tram to an Archaeological site.
While the big girls are at camp, mom gets Tessa time! It is so awesome and unusual to have many hours to kill alone with Tess. We frequent the library, the market, neighborhood parks, and internet cafes where Tess watches a show while I do my Edgewood work.
... floor six. We track them down, and explain the situation. When the woman tried to retrieve the tank top, it dropped
another floor (after all, it wasn’t clothespinned). For a few days, the girls got in the habit of looking out the window, looking down, and saying good night to the out of reach tanktop all the way down. Tess especially loved recounting the story.
Eventually I grieved the loss of my orange tank top. I remembered this experience is ...
... own toppings. We
get ice cream at least once each day.
We strolled along past the gay pride festival in the plaza
and found a seat overlooking the music and in this open plaza. Moira and Celia
are like magnets with other kids their age, and quickly involved themselves in
some pi-ca-choo (Spanish paper scissors rock)
... 8221; are the trinkets. We’ve never met the owner, Marta, but we can tell many things by her belongings. The atico is stocked with old school toys…. Old school Spanish toys, big and little. There’s puzzles, a play kitchen, dress up clothes, a tea set which may be formal or may be for play, we don’t ...
... city of Altea. To the west are the limestone peaks of the range above Polop, the highest point being the 1410 metre Campana. North across the Guadalest River valley is an almost bare limestone ridge of similar height which runs down to the sea, ending in the massive outlier Penyac d'Ifac, beyond the city of Calpe. To the south we look over a modern looking town, La Nucia, quite close to Polop, with a deep ravine between us and a rather strange flat roofed building, ...