Hotel Jaime I
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- Pets allowed
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... is nice. She is playing fútbol sala, which is similar to indoor soccer. The difference here is that she is the only girl on the team.
While soccer is hugely popular here, few girls play. Anya had 2 great-grandmothers who were
athletes at a time when few girls played sports at all, so I guess it is in her blood. I did get a kick out of her boundary-breaking when she walked onto the court the first day. Picture twelve 11-year old ...
... rates are very high, and many employers are now interviewing in English and making it a requirement that employees can have an understanding at the very least. There is even a new law in all Spanish state schools coming in which means that all teachers must teach their specialist subject in English one hour per week. This means all of my students are so varied; teachers, children, policemen, lawyers and even babies. I have been in ...
... However, I cannot resist the cool attraction of the beautiful infinity pool, and since it has steps that are easy to negotiate, we venture in. Towels are provided, with a minimum of fuss, at the poolside. It only takes a minute to discover that I can only float, because swimming is too painful. I enjoy it anyway, and still, it's a step forward being able to venture there. Later on, we decide to explore the promenade which ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">So, to Paella Day! All I can say is....thank heavens someone invented the camera! It is hard to believe the level of participation in this traditional event. The streets were packed with tables and chairs, mostly long trestle tables all joined together. Street after street after street. Up the sides of the streets - bonfires! This time though, the bonfires were for cooking purposes.....large, flat frying ...
The next morning it was like Beirut! The fireworks started at 7.20 am and went on for an hour! This was down on the programme as "Waking Up". We were definitely awake! That evening we were back in town for "Religious procession honouring the Saints"! This one was minus the pets and thundering hooves but still with the better behaved horses plus large effigies of the Saints, which emerged from the church and took up pride of place at ...