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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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Ha,ha... Studenten, hij heeft het weer geflikt. The King van 'Afbreker van douchegordijnen' is Paul toch echt wel! Is dat nu de vierde of de vijfde keer dat hij dat doet? En hij komt daar altijd mee weg hé! Ik moet het wel gaan uitleggen aan de juffra van de balie. La cortina de ducha es ... tombé sur le sol... of zo iets. Ze verstond het wel. De …
... still had the labels on the bottom, the coffee maker still boxed up, and a brand new flat screen TV. It might have been a brand new tele but it still had all the old **** on it. Spanish Masterchef anyone? Like, how many different ways can you make paella. We decided to spread our net a little wider and go for a walk around the town. After the excitement of the fiesta yesterday everywhere seemed a little quiet today but it was still a great city with a good feel to it. We ...
... we got to see a lot of the old Roman architecture, which was so beautiful.
Today was the first day of class, which at first was kind of hectic because I didn't realize that there was a meeting instead of actual classes for incoming students in the faculty if arts, but thankfully I was not alone in this boat, and got to meet a few more people. Well, I must be off to my second class - or whatever it turns out to be…wish me ...
... laugh a minute!
The theme of their first day turned into "Views of Barcelona" (and "Wine", but that seemed to a daily theme!). We started by going halfway up Tibidabo to a great little restaurant called Mirablau. The teachers often go there after school for a drink and an incredible view of Barcelona. We sat in the sun, drank cava, ate olives and caught up on the past eight months! We repeated the eating, drinking and chatting at the bar atop the Majestic Hotel in ...
... lots of topless people :) Actually, all the beaches had lots of topless people so we really didn't have a choice. Makes the beach quite interesting actually. For these people however, it is really nothing...not a big deal. I felt like a muslim must feel going to a beach where people are actually wearing bathing suits and not abayats or burqas. After we tired of beachgoing ...