Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
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... line-height: 8.45866680145264px;">.<br style="font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 8.45866680145264px;"> My tapas dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Today's bus tour was really nice. We saw most of the important sites of this city that included the <b>Jardines Ferraz Park</b> with the <b>Temple Debod</b> which was a gift from Egypt. It a' s a temple dedicated to Isis, ...
... of Spain (which is one block away from where I live!). I didn't do much research and originally expected this place to have only a few artifacts to see, but boy was I wrong. There were more than 40 rooms and hundreds of pretty well known ancient artifacts, including the remains of the hominid known as Lucy, who was determined to be 3.2 million years old, as well as La Dama de Elche, a stone sculpture from the 4th Century BC ...
... So I can see how Barcelona may be negatively affected by tourism. But it does seem to offer jobs to many people who might be jobless without it. For example when I went on a biology research trip to a small town called El Boixar, a couple from Barcelona came to the town the operate the Hostel during our stay there. We were giving them a job that they did not have before. But as a whole, can tourism help lift Spain out of its depression? Only time will tell. ...
... Santy (the program coordinator) about my class schedule before actually going to class. For my class on The Jacobean Way, we're actually going to take a 5-day trip and walk the path, which will be super sick! I can't wait.
Then, after class, Rex and I headed downtown to go to the library of music. I signed up to use the practice rooms and then studied in the library for a bit. It ...
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The second day in Granada I got up super early (6:30 AM) was out of the hostel by 6:45 and at the bus stop for the Alhambra a little after 7 am. The way the Alhambra works is that you can reserve tickets online in advance. Then you pick up the tickets at the entry and are on your merry way. There are morning session tickets (8:30 am - 2 pm) and evening session tickets (2-8 pm) and night tickets (8-11? pm). You can also just get ...