Gran Hotel Almenar
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Late breakfast then walk along Gran Via. Hotel check out 2pm. Spent the afternoon relaxing, reading and then had coffee and sandwich before taxi back to airport. Finally got a taxi driver who charged the fixed fare of 30 euros! Long flight home via Dubai arriving into Perth 1am on the 19th. Fabulous ...
... beginner Spanish and will be the inspiration of all Spanish in this prose. So for those that can bear it, please follow us each day as we set of on this journey. Feel free to respond via the blog when you read it. So this is the plan for the next 16 days. Johan, Ben, Veronica and I will lose contact with reality, we will forget all passwords to work email and databases, and think as little as possible. British Airways. Announced a direct flight between Austin ...
... intimidating! We wound our way down to the Pantheon of Kings. This is 8m underground and is directly underneath the altar of there bascilla. The steps going down suddenly turn to marble and instantly the air changes and becomes much cooler. The chamber is made completely from different types of marble. The caskets are made from bronze. Th chamber holds the kings and queens from the last 500 years -Carlos I to Alfonso XII. One side of high room houses the kings ...
... and the dancers all in different types of green leotards- it
was stellar- and proved that simple is always the way to go. More then anything
I wanted to be on stage with those dancers, it made me appreciate everything
the were doing and took me back to times when I was able to partake in the joy
of performing, once a dancer always a dancer. After the ballet we took the
metro home and enjoyed one of Abuelas home cooked dinners which are muy rico everyday.
... charge back. The economic crisis is hitting the working class in Spain hard and this is apparent by the number of young, well qualified people we have met who have been out of work for over a year. All of them are very humble and really all they want to do is find work. It make us both feel very lucky to be doing what we are doing right now and very aware that many people in this country and world are struggling right now. Overall we have had a wonderful time ...