Arturo Soria Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I walked away with two free drawstring bags; they're not free t-shirts, but there's plenty of time for that :) This week commenced the first week of classes. It's sort of similar to add/drop on campus back in the States, where students can sit in each class for 30 mins to get a presentation on the class and make a better informed decision. It's been a tad hectic though, because the schedule for some ...
... brut nature was memorable. Kole even liked it, and it might even replace Prosecco for us. Throughout the city, the sangria was only 2.50 per glass and most of the wines were 3-4 euros per glass. Not too bad, and certainly much cheaper than the cocktails we had at 10 euro each.
When we arrived on Friday, we headed out to a famous market called El Mercado de San Miguel. Very similar to the markets in Barcelona, ...
... it into a disco, turning the lights off, blocking the windows, using a stereo to play music way too loud and then dancing. No one even cared!
I'm so proud of myself; I think I cracked the reason as to why no one here washes their hands. I'm guessing that because in past times they used the bidet so didn't need to wash their hands and now it's the habit and past down through the ...
... hotel for abit of relax time. All recharged and we were ready for our Tapas Tour and saw another Gypsie fight and also heard our tour guide being heckled by one ha ha ha. We ate more yummy food, drank more sangria and tried Spanish Cider also learnt one of the stories....That back in the day they only had money to spend on food or booze ...
... Goya. It really is enjoyable to learn about the artists and the history of the times in which they are painting. Usually the history coincides with the subjects they are painting and the style in which they are painted as well. Also what I find interesting is to the see the size of the paintings in person. In class you see every painting on the same screen taking up the same amount of space but in person it could be either much larger or smaller than you ...