Hotel Palacio de San Esteban
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... coffe ever. In fact it was dishwater served with milk I reckon and do not entertain drinking it. As we have just left Portugal, I reflect on my thoughts: Once upon a time Portugal was a rich and powerful country, which is reflected in the monumental buildings with a lot of proud history. The Portuguese are very proud of their country and want to ensure they are considered independent of Spain. The cuisine is forgettable other than the large ...
Today in conversation we finished up the rest of the presentations, which took the whole two hours. In language I was confused the whole time about what we are working on, and it doesn't help that she doesn't actually teach, but whatever. I am also getting headaches all the time because the air is so dirty with cigarette smoke. Some of my headaches are so bad it makes me feel sick to my stomach. When I got home ...
... bebida preferida en espaņa es calimoxto. Es vino y coca cola. I got to practice my Spanish a lot last night which I was happy for. Also I have noticed that in all the bars we have been in so far all have foosball, which I did not expect. I played and did surprisingly well. I wish I could remember the names of the places, some of them are really strange. But after we played foosball, we went to this other place that played a lot of American music ...
... we'd incorrectly crossed the Rio Tormes, we doubled back and eventually located our host, Carla. We booked this accommodation via AirBnB, an online service bringing together those with available rooms or houses with travellers seeking the same. We sensed the service would operate efficiently and have made extensive bookings via the service in the weeks ahead. But we were still keen to see that what we got what what we expected.
Carla was a Spanish gem and wasn't ...
... Graduates from the university were processed out the front door but the poor students who didn't pass the oral exam were sent out this door. Tomatoes and insults were thrown, the students were thrown up on a blanket many times and then finally dropped to the ground. I'm not sure whether they were allowed to re-sit the test.
Just down the street there is an untouched 16th century fresco of the night sky, not to ...