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... spanish or even things related to nursing) pick a topic, learn in thoroughly and then move on. Avoid jumping around to many different topics and only learning it half way. For example, there are many aspects of spanish, but pick one top, such as the imperative form, learn it all the way through and then once you feel VERY confident in that move on to the next thing. Your brain will go crazy if you keep jumping around!
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... and neither one of these people offer to help us with the luggage. The woman called Victoria hobbled off the boat in her too high heels, and returned to the van with the driver. They were both at the back of the van, where either one or both of them were nnow smoking cigarettes. Jacques got the luggage off the boat, and I began wheeling them over to the van, toward the back where the hatch was pen. I saw neither "angel" or "driver", at that point, so I began loading ...
... go across water?" "Will they stamp our passports?" Julia explains to Mac that San Sebastián is over 'there', telling him it's still the Atlantic Ocean, she's full of information. Teaches us a few things that's for sure. Hilarious. Paul 'chats' to Craig Sheridan getting the low-down on Karla Bruni's win, and the subsequent celebrations in Christchurch over the weekend. The worlds such a small place really isn't it, you just feel a little lost when wifi doesn't work as it ...
... and from their another bus to st jean pied de Porte. We stayed at an albergue that was located within a 1600 era fortress which housed the citadel. The citadel was a fortress where the French army was stationed to fight off the Spanish army. It is now a school. Great place..full of ...
... we were coming back, then cancel at the last moment. We headed down to the restaurant area of the town and chose one. We had eaten there before. The restaurant was right on the water so we had a magnificant view of swimming and people wind surfing. Then the food came. I ordered a crab appitizer which was to die for. My mom got a plate of tapas which was also amazing. Then our fish came. I don't know what kind it was but it was to tender. It ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed