El Jardin de Carrejo Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... happened. It took me some time to understand what he was saying since my Spanish is still quite **** but he passionately started talking about how bad it is for women in his country and he explained he is a human rights activist, especially for women's rights. He passionately spoke about how it is a problem all over the world and that he really works on improving the rights of women in countries such as Saudi Arabia. ...
Good morning everybody, I decided to eat at the cafeteria each morning now. At least that way I get some time to wake up. It's not too luxurious but they have yoghurt, cereal, small pastries and nice breads and don't forget the fresh orange juice and bacon with eggs. Class is really getting nicer each day. Today we tried a Spanish delicacy called torron. Well let's say it wasn't what we expected.... Look at the picture ...
... the language is growing in such a fast rate and that she believes that everyone in the usa will end up speaking it as well. As if English would fade away.... In the afternoon we walked to a large supermarket. In the evening I watched a musical online with Isabelle. Much love, ...
... a few things here in Spain that do give me this kind of culture shock. How inconsistent and unorganized things are, like the whole week I had to pay for food at school and today I suddenly didn't. Still getting mixed sounds about the ECTS because here they are supposed to know what to do but its all so vague. :( Hopefully tomorrow I will get a clearer idea of what it all requires. There is a lot more to ehm be surprised about but I'm done ...
Saturday wasn't too special. The whole day I relaxed and in the evening I went out for dinner together with Isabelle. We went into town at 20:30 for dinner but every place we could find was just a cafe, apparently people do not dine in Spain. In the end we found this small cafe/ restaurant and by the time it was ten it only started to get busy. I had a ...