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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The we set off for China Town. We got the MonoRail then it was a short walk. China Town was just like a Chinese Store, same old stuff. But one thing that made Sylvia's day a stall holder asked if the 'young' lady would like a handbag, I had to stop her buying three! It is different here from say London. People get up and offer their seats to us and everybody wants to know where you are from. At the end of China Town there is an Indian Temple. We arrived but it was closed until 4. ...
... one was already in the car am Nd we returned the gps ?.. Go figure . Murcia was basically a lovely stop over but we had no time to really look around . The car park guys were another experience . Hope we don't see them again elsewhere but we had been warned about them . Pretty stressful day - a long drive and a really difficult venue to get to , we may laugh about this day in the future ---- but I think not ...
... fixes everything! Well for Paul and me... We continued walking after our delicious lunch and found ourselves on the San Nicholas lookout in the Islamic quarters overlooking Granada, the Alhambra Castle and the snow capped mountains behind it! Wow this was so impressive. There was even flamenco music playing! perfecto! We really couldn't have asked for a better afternoon. Let's walk to the castle,we decided. So glad we did. We walked through more of ...
... Well we ate him on skewers and he was delicious!! Tottered back to Santa Cruz and sadly farewelled Miss Lively:(:( That night found a highly recommended tapas bar that we unknowingly had been sitting on the whole time!! Six steps from our place! Later that night Greg and I walked around Santa Cruz while small children watched a thousand Glee episodes in apartment!!! It was ...
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8. Experience every feeling. Being abroad is a stressful, confusing, exhilarating, exciting, beautiful, and wonderful ride. Your moods will range from sad, frightened, or holding your breath to laughing, exclaiming, or jumping up and down. Let it be. Studying abroad is like any other event in life and you have the right to feel however you want. If you aren't the type to stay in at ...