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- Pets allowed
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... in the heart of Madrid. As Jill and her roommate Megan were teaching during the week, I would explore during the day and meet them back at the apartment` for drinks in the afternoon. I can see how the social experience of drinks and tapas could become quite habitual. I only had 4 days with Jill before I headed back to the Basque Country. I would also like to highlight a few great experiences with the best tortilla I've had (complete with ...
Today we walked through the town just exploring the beautiful city of San Sebastián. We organised tickets for the bus trip to Bilbao for tomorrow and we did a big walk along the river and through the beautiful streets of San Sebastián. Then we tackled this huge walk up to the top of Monte Urgull mendia, which was worth the effort as the views from the top were ...
... about life. Addy is someone I know I'm going to be friends with for the rest of my life. She is one of my soulmates, we share the same spirit and are able to see more than just what's in front of us. I said goodbye and after getting lost and having an old couple walk me to the train station, I rode the metro and now here I am, waiting for my bus to oviedo.
My adventure begins today. I'm beyond excited, excited for the views, the ...
... the complexity of this piece; no luck, it is just strange. For those that are interested though, the artist published a book called Grapefruit which includes Laugh piece - keep laughing a year and 150 other fun facts that are to be performed by a lone person. Soooo weiiiirrrrddddd! I guess we just don't get it. After an hour or so of wandering theexhibits and getting lost in a rats maze that they call art, we set out to find a place ...
... some important information being passed to me but I was fading in and out through most of it. We finally got to dinner where I quickly downed several glasses of water (drinking fountains and public restrooms are not the norm in Spain), ate some food that I can’t remember, and Sarah, Viv, and I went up to our room for some much needed sleep. For reasons I can’t explain, I just could not fall asleep! I don’t remember the last time I was so completely tired, but ...