Confortel Pio XII
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... blocks of the breakwater, and the multitude of cats which live here. We carry on all the way to the fort out off shore connected by a stone breakwater and walkway. We pass a very crowded small beach in the lee of the breakwater, and a group of youths swimming in the rough water on the windward side. The fort at the end is historic, but low and wide and not particularly attractive. It is undergoing renovation with a smooth stone platform at the end which has large ...
... gothic quarter or strolling down Barcelona’s most famous street, Las Ramblas. I was very excited when Jan got tickets for us to go and watch a Barcelona premier league match at the famous Camp Nou stadium! What an experience, cruising through the streets of Barcelona on his Vespa scooter, seeing Messi run on the field, drinking a beer or two on the side walk outside Camp Nou and taking a train back after the scooter broke down, thanks guys for an awesome night and a great ...
I didn't do much today. I had classes, and we are preparing for midterms. I tried to focus hard, I talked to my teacher about maybe dropping his class, in case it was too much for me. I will see what he comes up with. I tried to figure out what I should do to try to do better, and why it is so hard for me. Other than that, classes are good, the rest of them I believe, and like I said, just have ...
... park was filled with delightful gardens, wooded pathways, marble statues and a handful of elegant buildings, with a gigantic lake as its stunning centerpiece. Parts of the park were buzzing with activity on this beautiful Friday afternoon (at long last, sun and warmth!); we had other parts of the park to ourselves. We spent nearly two hours walking around the grounds, discovering small surprises--like the glass Palacio de Cristal and a statue of ...
Ready to catch the train to Toledo when I got a message from my travel pal, Matt. He was in excruciating pain and needed to go to the hospital. I made my way to his hostel to take him to emergency but found that he and his roommate had already left. I got the name of the hospital from the hostel host and took the metro there. Asked at least 3 info desks if my friend had been admitted, which was ...