Hotel Vincci Via 66
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... with centuries-old guns and other weaponry but I focused on the body armor, an integral feature of the warrior knight from the sword, bow and lance era which predated gun powder and the gun (during the 1300s). Protective metal armor, initially known as chain mail made of interlocking tiny metal rings, dates to the 5th century BC. But in Europe beginning in the 1100s the best body armor had evolved to solid, thin drawn-sheets of polished iron. Seen here ...
Arrived Madrid mid afternoon, the airport was interesting,nothing like any other airport I have ever m. been in, it was very quiet,we had to walk a mile then got on a train to take us to the'. Baggage collection,took ages for the baggage to arrive but at least it was all there. We ...
... through a time where I thought I wouldn’t
be able to find myself. I decided to get a small heart on the inside of my left
foot to remind myself that I always have my own heart and to remember that if I
stay true to my heart and to myself ill be able to find my way. I was so
nervous when we walked in because I didn’t know what to expect. We also
attracted a big group of people from our class since everyone wanted in on the
action. I felt a little regretful ...
... also only carbonate small amounts at a time, as the bubbles tend to have a short half life. Guess it also stops you drinking too much, as if you cant carbonate, you cant refill your glass. Whether Margaret was capable of carbonating the end of the bottle will never be known, as Paul thought he'd be chivalorous to ensure Margaret didn't strain her thumbs (stiff from her skiing exploits) and assist with the carbonation process. Margaret still stimanaged to navigate them back ...
... that they are learning English as a second language and not Spanish because they acknowledge how hard it would be. All verbs have totally different words for each tense (for example, we have shop and shopping, they have denunciar and compras). Also, the female/male words and all the different versions of 'a' and 'the'. I really struggle when reading female versions of words, when I'm use to the male version (ie amigas instead of amigos) in English ...