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... owner turned up.
He turned up half an hour later, as he said he would, and let us into the apartment complex and we ‘checked in’. It’s a cute place, 2x bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and lounge room, however there was no view. We were right on the beach and couldn’t even see it, the apartment was surrounded by other building blocks, so you couldn’t even see what the weather was doing, such a shame! Oh well, ...
... 8217;s architecture and art. It’s about a 2km walk on a slight incline so it was leg burner in disguise. We stop in at a small supermarket we see and pick up some fresh fruit, bread rolls and ham that we can all eat for lunch.
We get to the park and stroll around for a bit. We sit down and people watch before we realise we have to head back to meet John and Jenny at our meeting point at 2:30pm. The time went so fast as the walk was so long to ...
... the Museo Arqueologico Nacional (Archeological Museum). We only stayed about 90 minutes because the two eight year olds quickly got bored of the history, but I enjoyed seeing different relics from the history of Spain. This museum houses almost everything I am learning in my history of Spain class, so I knew some background as well. In the evening on Saturday after dinner, eight friends and I went out to a bar to meet with with another small group to celebrate the birthday of ...
Found a great little hostel, with a bar underneath and a band playing some classical jazz.
It was in a funny little area, down loads of tiny side streets, it really was like a maze.
Got there and checked in, the guy behind the desk asked me where I was from, we got talking about Estonia and the other two, he really wants to go there, gave him what little knowledge I have, ...
... Iglesia Rosario Corazon, a spot with a permanent exhibition we knew nil about but it was supposedly open at 1700. What do you know, it was [4E]. It was all in Spanish but its essence was various displays were lit up, providing colour for the shots. In addition to the religious items, there was one of the Santa Maria, Columbus' main ship when he departed on Oct 12, 1492 [along with the Nina and Pinta]. Lights would be on for only limited time so you had to be ...