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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... for things I could cook for myself ever second day or so.
It was an exercise in sheer frustration, like looking around an Asian supermarket and not knowing what half the stuff is. I know with certainty that in Australia, NZ, or Britain That I could have picked up the ingredients for a dozen meals, easy as. Not here though, and the only conclusion I can draw from that is that the Spanish diet is a whole lot different to ours.
... closed. We had the market stuff stashed, dinner prepared earlier and so settled and prepared for tomorrow's transition day.
Some reflections from our discussions over the trip so far:
The experience of rushing to every main attraction, lining up, paying the hefty toll. Viewing the spectacle in crowds loses the peace, joy, ease of movement that travel can have. Often walking, looking and exploring are more rewarding. If there is a ...
... to people of the community. I took some pics of that too. Then, the park went back to blah. ???
Rune took the bike home while I made a pit stop at my nearby grocery for more detergent. It was high time in the store. I had to wait behind 2 people with full loads. The guy who's in front on the line took a look at me and said for me to go first. All in espanol, but I got it. He's like, "Pasa, pasa." Oh My Goodness! The Spanish have once again showed me ...
... there, so we headed out and jumped on a bus and went into the city. We got off by the train station then walked down what looked like an extremely dodgy china town area and arrived at the Avis centre at 1:08. They closed for siesta at 1. So extremely annoyed we left there and went to find some lunch. We walked back down the china town section, but couldn't find anything vegetarian there, so kept going. We found a little cafe that looked ok and sat down. After looking at the ...
... So they whisked her away, did her hairs, put her in a cute little dress (first dress she has worn in about 2 years), and even put make-up on her. When I saw her at the dance, I hardly recognized her! She was very pretty with a great big smile. I stayed for about an hour dancing away with the kids and had a great time. (It sure beat going out on the town in Valencia until 6 am!) I was in bed by 1 am and so thrilled to be catching up on some ...