Hotel Celuisma Pathos
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We woke earlier today and headed to the Millars apartment for a 9am breakfast. Andrew & Co had gone to way too much trouble. It was better than any breakfasts we have had so far. Pastries, Bircher museli with fresh strawberries, fruit, scrambled eggs & toast. It was DELICIOUS!
After breakfast Leana, Meg, Andie, Lily & I headed to the shops and spent most of our christmas, spending money, left over birthday money & the money our ...
... school and other points of interest along the way. We get to a look out over the ocean. The wind is blowing. Mac assures me the view from the top is worth getting cold and wet. He chooses to stay in the car with Lily.When I imagined the view on a clear day, it was worth it.
We stop on the way home at a bar/restaurant for a pre lunch drink & to sample some traditional Spanish 'chicken broth' ( I forget ...
... to checkout the sales. The rest of us continue our walking tour of the city, lolly shop and beach.
We are all enjoying having different company and new conversations. Lily is getting lots of attention and cuddles. She is able to have her play time on a mat on the floor for the first time in 6 weeks. Although she does learn quickly that when she rolls over and bumps her head on ...
This morning we woke up early and while Clint, Dan & I packed the car the girls headed over the road to buy breakfast.
We drove around to the Main Street, picked them up and settled in.
We vote on whether to do the long day in the car and drive to Gijon or do 3 short days to get to Paris. The decision is unanimous - Gijon it is. Clint & I feel rested enough to do the drive & the kids are up for it. We hope Lily 'the X factor' is ...
... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...