Hotel Apart-hotel Solimar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... side note El Corte Ingles is a department store that carries anything and everything you can think of). So far the local people have been friendly and helpful and the streets are not filled with too many tourists. Eric has also been improving on his Spanish. Let me tell you, him not speaking the language does not stop him from sparking up conversation with anyone, anywhere! Con mucho amor, Annie y ...
I finished Paula McLain's historical fiction novel "The Paris Wife" on the train yesterday. It is the story of Hadley Ric*******, Ernest Hemingway's first wife. I mention this because the places mentioned in the book (Ronda, Pamplona, Madrid, Valencia, Paris, Chateau de Chenonceau) had new context as I read them because of our experiences! The same is true of Dan Brown's "Inferno" with his references to Florence and other parts of Europe. I love ...
... It's crazy how reliant and used to having any bit of information you want at your fingertips via a smart phone. Not being able to look anything up is so annoying! After we left the park we made our way to the train station and got our train to Valencia. It's annoying that you have to make reservations for every train in Spain. There are so many empty seats! Ah, oh well. Next you hear from me I will be in ...
... off at different places, so much to see. I used the metro, very easy... Now I'm on a Renfe train for 5 hours. Packing in the dark this morning the last of my contents squished into my backpack, That deep pounding energy began to push through me, hands shaking, my legs felt weak and my heart banging like a drum. "Breathe, breathe, stay calm it's ok" I would say to myself, ridiculous I know. So it is ...
... 8364;30/month for gas, €100 every 3 months for water. I guess it's expensive in large US cities also and to live outside of Barcelona would be much cheaper, but I have the feeling that some rich landlords are making an insane amount of money off these "ordinary" people. I can see why she opens her house to strangers like me, needing a room and willing to pay €30/night. I decided to also eat dinner and bfast with them; partly for the ...