Hotel Las Torres
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... to "check in". Luckily we had a European mobile that Tim lent us so we could call the number that was provided to us when booking. Aaron called and he said he couldn’t get to us for another half an hour. So as soon as I hear that, I wanted to escape the cold wind that was along the coastline, so I ducked into the coffee shop right next to the car and ordered myself a coffee. John joined me for a hot chocolate and we waited out the half an hour until ...
... the park, still worth it though.
We get back to our meeting point and all jump in a taxi and head to Enterprise car rental. It takes at least an hour to sort out the car as Aaron didn’t bring his passport, so we were trying to think of ways to get around hiring the car without one. John and Aaorn figure it out whilst Jenny and I casually sit there in the foyer twiddling our thumbs. The boys manage to figure a way around the issue and we all ...
... of my new friends.
Sunday was spent catching up on more homework and sleep, but in the evening Qian and Emma came to meet my host family. I have been to their house about six different times, but this was the first time they visited me. Begona is best friends with their host mom Esperanza, so it is really fun to live so close to them. After they met my family and had a Dance Dance Revolution battle on the Wii, we left to meet up with a group at O’Connells, an Irish ...
... Estonia was my favourite, as I had to take my Russian kids round the other two countries.
He saw my crash helmet and said he would open the gate for me to get my bike in, that was good for me, but not all the people sitting outside that had to move for me to get up the alley.
Washed all my gear, had a beer, watched a great live band, and no one else checked in so i had a ...
After a lovely breakfast featuring mama of the house forcing her mini custard tarts and set yoghurt [labna?] covered in blackberry jam, Teruel was a splendid town to wander in. The Murdejar towers, the cathedral and other bits of antiquity were a nice start to the day. J&M were able to book their train travels at the station and we raced off on the autovia to Zaragoza.
Kathy found us an apartment on the edge of the city centre which we got into ...