Holiday Inn Leon
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and then for all of us to head to a cafe with Donna to get some work done. Well, apparently that plan wasn't in the stars, because we spent ALL morning (which for all intents and purposes lasts until lunch at 2:00) at the university. Donna ended up meeting us at the university, and all of us, except Amy, had problems with our computers. It took forever! Luckily, for about an hour and a half we were all just waiting so we took advantage of that ...
... suffering from the combined effects of a cold that won't go away, a stomach bug, and altitude, found this a bit much to take. We got on the next bus down the hill and headed back to our accommodation (with lovely couch-surfing host Kay). We left there in good time but the local bus to the inter-city terminal took forever to arrive and then moved through the city streets like glue. We made it with a minute to spare - phew!
... I kicked off my sandals, climbed through a window, and basically ice skated down the slippery steps. The bottom of my feet were brown and gooey for the rest the night. I didn’t care!
However, at the top of the ladder was a gorgeous spread of food. Roast chicken, hunks of beautiful cheese, fresh figs, green grapes, a salad of tomato, zucchini, egg, and avocado tossed in a little balsamic, olive oil, and lemon, and of course, wine. Heaven. We sat on the terrace ...
... She sounded like she was mad the whole time she was talking it. Haha. I’m not sure if all French sounds like that or if she really was just mad. I think this is my first experience spending much time with someone who is from France.
Another important thing to note is that I got my grade back for our first presentation in my music class and I got a 20 out of 20! YAY! I didn’t think we did that well, but I guess he really liked our presentation! ...
... job! Our tour guide worked in the mine for many, many years and is now able to do tourism. He asked us for tips, but Alma paid him a large sum for all of us. I really felt like giving him a tip anyway, because he was so nice, but I didn’t because I didn’t want to make the other students feel badly for not or stand out. I should have just done it, though. I regret that now.
On our way home, we had to pass by our house, so the bus just dropped us off at our ...