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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all - it was ok ........ my preference is for soup to be hot and the paella was edible but not what I expected. The milk stuff was gross so didn't have that! Then went on a driving tour of the city - not much to see really but took some pics of a modern abstract building and a church in the old city. Not my most favourite place and probs only good for a ...
... the bikes there, explored the local mall (we seriously needed to cool down, it was ridiculously hot! It said 40 degrees Celsius which according to my phone is 104 degrees Fahrenheit) and found our way back to the hostel. There's some big brass band holding a concert outside our hostel right now. We're just hanging for a while, probably going to call it and early night tonight! Tomorrow we are doing a walking tour in the morning and off to Madrid in the ...
... aren't really "cliques" or whatever. Or maybe I just don't notice them. Everyone seems a little more self-conscious than I'm used to though. Why do people care what others think? I don't understand. You do you boo.
Well anyways. After orientation, I went to "consum". Its a tiny spanish grocery store. Oh, not to mention, MY LIFE IS OVER, THEY DONT SELL PEANUT BUTTER. why am I alive. I quit.. not ...
We then took the 35 back to the city center. We both agreed to take it easy today, so we go for some tapas for an early dinner. We sat down at another sidewalk table, this time at the Taberna Lizarran. The food was supremely oil drenched. I was a bit scared. I had been combating intestinal discomfort for the past 2 days. I ate till I thought what was a good amount to have provided some sustenance, but hopefully not to ...
What an early morning we have, wake at four and attempt to put a face on just for it to be wiped off again in a mass throwing of tomatoes. We had a taxi booked and ready to pick us up and take us to the bus at four thirty. By the time we arrived at LaTomatina it was around five am and still dark. We ventured off to attempt to find our wrist passes for the day, didn't take us too long and we were lining up and waiting for them to open. Once at the front of the Que they ...