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... it was Adam’s birthday and we wanted to celebrate. Originally we had plans to all share a Villa but nobody decided to let me know that they fell through so I spent two hours freaking out about how I was going to have nowhere to sleep because RACHEL STANFORD was coming to visit and I told her we were staying in the Villa. So after checking about 10 (that’s not an exaturation) hostels I found one that was kinda expensive but worth is to have ...
but happy, and head to the Alcazar. We look at it, decide there are not enough
hours to give it credit, so we head back to the hotel for a freshen up before
heading out once again for a meal.
Whoops. Didn’t expect to rest that much, and as Anne was not
feeling the best, we heading out of the hotel, across the square and ate at a
little Italian restaurant, which was quite nice for a change, without the usual
plethora of meats.
... no highrise towers, located at the mouth of Guadelete River. Full of historical sites such as 10th century San. Marcos Castle, bodegas (wine cellars) and original home to Sherry and Fino. Nearby is the natural Park full of birds and rivers. From our balcony you can see the river, fountains and the Salina De Los Desamparados where a series of tiered pools that collects and dries sea salt. Santa Maria is an ...
... to make sure she made it back, which was actually super funny because she ended up missing her bus. I stayed there until the bus came and had to leave to make it to the camera obscura exhibition before it closed. I was sure she would make it with the bus right there, but for some reason the bus left without her and six other people. She got on the next one just find, but it was definitely a little bit of bad luck for her.
After Hannah left, I was on my own in ...
On Saturday night, a group of us went to Cadiz to participate in the last night of the 10 day long celebration of Carneval. Carneval technically is the same as Fat Tuesday-the last day before the Lenten season. However, in Cadiz it runs into the first weekend of Lent and is ...