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... Eventually we proceeded downhill and back to Plaza Nueva.
The Segway girl was there still, and she mentioned that I might like to see an “authentic gypsy Flamenco” show. I wasn’t sure I’d be able to fit it in as my appointment at the Alhambra was at 20:00. She said I could easily be back at the hotel for a 21:30 pickup, so I decided to give it a try. I paid €15 on the spot, and would pay the balance at the ...
... have I not tried at home? How often do I choose the normal, most comfortable instead of pushing myself to do something different?
I'm going to miss my friends that I've met through AIFS desperately. I have met so many people and become so close to them within the past 5 months, I really don't know what I'm going to do not seeing them everyday. I've been so blessed with the perfect roommate that I could have ever asked for. I know in a couple weeks I'm going to ...
... buildings were. Therefore the meeting didnt take so long and we decided to go and have a drink with the other people. We were with a group of 20 people more or less and we went to plaza trinidad and got to know eachother a little. Mostly the names and where everybody was from. But it was nice, finally meeting other Erasmus and exchange students!
From some of the people there I heard that there would be free flamenco classes in the night, so with a smaller group we decided to ...
... We found it hard to tension the belt, probably because of the tiredness, but Alan and I checked it and was happy to continue on the journey. I started up the engine and checked. Everything was fine. We loaded up and were back under way.
Off the slip road and back on the duel carriageway there was a rubber burning smell and my heart sank. This was followed by the battery light glowing red in the corner of my eye. It had happened again, probably down to the lack ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility