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... was the complete other side of town! We had to pay 60 euros.. so depressed. Over $100 for a damn taxi that should have only cost us 15 euro. So that was an expensive lesson learnt. By the time we got checked in it was about 12.30am. Found our tent and went on a mission to find Sarah and Marcus!! There was a big party going on in the camp, an awesome band playing music and heaps of people around. Felt just like being at a festival, ...
... They were lovely people, and kept asking me to give Gibaltrar back, and then falling about laughing. Some of them asked me when I was coming back to Spain, and when I said that I was visiting Seville in July I received exactly the same sentence in response, every single time. “Dios mio; vas a morir!” which means “Oh my god, you are going to die”. Apparently it’s quite hot at that time of year – even for Spaniards. So I had better remember to put sunscreen on my feet this time.
... speak Spanish. We found Cortee de Ingles` and Laura helped William buy socks and underwear. Once that adventure was over we headed back to the hotel bar to unwind and relax and have an early dinner. The restaurant didn't open til 8:30PM (darn, that would mean having to wait around in the bar). I think solved a few of the worlds problems , if only someone would ask us. That would be 1:30PM on Saturday, we were ...
Reluctantly left the dune and headed over the piranies, Drove through some classic looking countryside. Actualy the first "french" looking landscapes. So far since we arrived it looked alot like America or Australia or The the uk. The only way i knew we were in france was i got ripped off buying beer and the drivers were the worst i have seen. Here is a tip. Do not expect the indicator to be noticed. Just launch your car into the next lane. It is the ...
... a quick prayer, and headed to La Plaza Mayor. Right
outside of the plaza is San Miguel Market, a huge indoor market that had at
least 15 different tapas bars in it. We had a lunch of tapas and wine from a
few different places then went to sit in the plaza for another glass. There were performers everywhere trying to
make money and they were setting up for a big concert.
We took the City Tour bus ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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