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Excellent place, very close to everything. Nice and tidy rooms with very friendly staff. Totally recommend it.
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... much better. I get migranes but it’s usually fine with some ibuprofen. Well, at the moment I have headaches all the time but we’ll get to that.
B DAYZ: I’m not the biggest fan of B dayz. Funny story how I’m a marine biology major and this marine biology class is one of my least favorite classes ever. We have a really strict professor and everyday we have a vocabulary quiz on the previous chapter of terms. There are about 75 new words for ...
... money paid was not worth the few hours saved. The price of my flight was around $5500 return which is quite cheap considering the great service you get through qantas this would be a good option for a school group because there is plenty of on board entertainment.
I then had a four hour stop at Dubai airport which was a bit long, but that was made easier by ...
Back with you for another round of details from our Spain adventure! Still having an amazing time here in Barcelona with so many sights to see and things to do.
After a good nights rest it was once again time for our morning training session with coach Yuri, who's done a fabulous job with the girls. Started off with 20 minutes of videos of things we would be working on. These are instructional videos and are amazing because you can ...
... bit and regret that we didn't get to see the Pantheon. Everything was rushed - there's so much to see in so little time! We had to be back on the ship by 6pm the same day and we were afraid we might not make it back in time.
From Livorno, we took the train to Pisa to see the Leaning Tower, Cathedral, Baptistry, and Camposanto. We could take another train and go to Florence but we decided to just take our time and marvel at ...
... I figure I picked up enough watching Sesame Street as a kid to count, exchange greetings and know the names of food nouns (very important). Except in this part of Spain the Catalan language (a dialect which is the official language of Andorra and a mix between French and Spanish) is spoken. Another curve ball..........cool!
Which brings me to my motto for next week's ride through the Pyrenees - ...