Hotel Apartamentos Monterrey
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If there is one thing that I will learn in this country, it will be to continue to roll with the punches. Plans change, no one mentions a paycheck, languages are crossed and misunderstood. But I know that I will be all the wiser and stronger because of this experience. At the end of the most days, I have a smile on my face and that is all that matters.
Wednesday when I got up to go to work I had 3 different things planned for the evening with three ...
... the city and the area was very vibrant – much like Auckland when the American Cup racing was on.
After a while we sat and had a couple more beers with a couple of the locals and had a good time. About 10pm we taxied up with the girls and went back to the same location we had been for tea. The girls were very impressed with our choice and we finished off a very enjoyable evening about midnight. We taxied home and off to bed. ...
I had a simple goal of painting in a garden, so I donned
workout clothes and tennis shoes for the outdoors and the walking I would be doing
later. I took a taxi up to Montjuic, a woodsy hill with great city views, to
the Jardi Botanic. The driver wasn’t sure of the actual entrance, however, and
so after circling a bit he headed further up the hill and dropped me off as
soon as he saw a sign with the word ...
... was briliant. It opened at 8pm, all the tables were reserved but some customers ..............did not arrive until after 9pm. We left after 10pm and there were will people at the tables and the front counter eating. They dine late here! Walked home to the Andante Hotel in the light drizzle and spoke to the concierge about the AVE, the high speed train to Zaragoza. Hour and a half, half the time of driving and something new ...
... consisting of rice and meats, vegetables, or seafood. It is cooked in a flat pan called a paellera, from which it gets its name, and it takes about an hour to prepare, as it is always served hot and fresh right off the pan. It was a very authentic experience and glad we came across it. We were all stuffed after this huge course meal but of course we had room for dessert. We all shared a regular crème brûlée and then also a pineapple crème brûlée. The pineapple one we were a little ...