Hotel Kasa Express
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Instead of taking the classes on Don Quijote that I was originally signed up for, I dropped that class, which had a good 30-40 pages of reading in old Spanish a night, which probably would have been worse the the homework I had last session, and picked up two grammar classes, which involves about 15 pages of reading/examples a night on topics I more or less understand, but about which I may have forgotten a detail or two over the ...
... decently relaxing. I have two presentations these week so I got one of them done (the one I mentioned early) and I did about half the other one. Then, I did all my normal homework for Monday (well, most of it). I did walk around Friday night for about 1 1/2 with Monique O'Sullivan, who I mentioned early because she went home today so it was my last chance to spend some time with her. It was the best feeling ever ...
... cheese/spinach crepes and a Leon beer, returning c 2015 128 MP. David's bag was still on the bus: Carlos was upset with El Bombero as he had been told to empty the bus so El Bombero will be responsible for David's out of pocket expenses. Went for a short stroll of some 20M thereafter on my own: the city is busy and it was fun to people watch plus get some ideas for early morning photos.
Back to diary update and suddenly there was wifi; whee! A few emails and bed by 2145.
... lad, and caused much hilarity.
We're 2,000 metres up here (interesting fact: Mount Snowdon is 1,085 metres above sea level), so I had the usual symptoms of not being able to sleep and eyes being so, so dry. It didn't help that dog club was barking incessantly outside all night, and there are so many flippin' churches everywhere with bells that dong all night...
When I go back to the hotel later my camera better bloody work.
... with horses and have a business that repurposes wood used in construction. Very friendly and great with their kids. The kids are starting to be more comfortable too, because Raquel and Erasmo have a constant stream of relatives coming in and out. Right now I think there are at least three other relatives staying with us (their niece Lupita from Los Angeles, her Argentinian husband and their baby), but it's hard to tell who stays and who just stays really late.