Hotel El Principe
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... an hour walking around inside it and checking it out before heading back outside and realising we have to slowly head back towards the hotel direction before check out. As we do, we stumble across a fruit and vegetable market. We stop in and grab some fruit bargains and head back to the hotel to check out. We grab our bags and take them to the car and all decide to check out one last thing before driving off. There was an old Castle Palace called ...
... the Navy… small world that we happened to have been assigned to a table right next to some Aussies haha. We head back up to the hotel room and the other 3 go to the Nou Camp Stadium tour whilst I stay in the hotel room, finish packing and catch up with myself really.
I catch up on the blogs, do some abdominal floor exercises, rest with a cup of tea and literally do nothing, which is what I needed to do. We have to check out at 12pm so they ...
... with more confidence and work on the way they pronounce some words. The four year old boy is significantly harder, because first off, his attention span is about five minutes max, and second of all he speaks less than fifty words of English. But what’s life without a little challenge!
The morning after my first English lessons, Friday the 2nd, I caught up on some sleep then went to Retiro Park with about ten of my friends for another picnic! These picnics are ...
... Estonia was my favourite, as I had to take my Russian kids round the other two countries.
He saw my crash helmet and said he would open the gate for me to get my bike in, that was good for me, but not all the people sitting outside that had to move for me to get up the alley.
Washed all my gear, had a beer, watched a great live band, and no one else checked in so i had a ...
... not nearly as crowded as they were the day before when we were there. At 11:40, we were back on the coach and off to Zaragosa. The drive to Zaragosa took a bit longer than we thought it would so we were late for our "Linner"... We ended up having lunch at 4 instead of 3 after running into a little bit of traffic on the road, but everyone was fine because we made sure everyone had a big breakfast in the morning and ...