NH La Habana
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... the dining room etc were all refurbished rooms from when monks used the building. There was even an old chapel inside that was incredibly decorated and still used for weddings and special church services. The character of the place was absolutely amazing.
The next morning, on our way to Seville, we stopped at the small town of Merida which is famous for its Roman ruins that are some of the best preserved in the world. Our tour consisted of the two ...
... they drained it and found all sorts of remnants from the battles. We also saw the "fallen angel" statue which depicts Lucifer and it stands at 666 metres above sea level. The surrounds are full of greenery and lush gardens and fountains but alas I don’t see most of this as I am too busy fighting an internal battle with my belly. We stop and look at the second ever zoo built which the king of Spain used to as his own personal zoo for quite a long time until it finally became ...
After waking up, I decided that I was so exhausted and not looking forward to my quiz. I got up though, got ready and went to class. My quiz was somewhat hard, but we will see. After that, since I had a break, which I normally don't, I went out to eat with two of my friends. It was nice to eat with them, and we went out to a cute place called Fruiteria. It was an interesting place where the specials change every few days, and you can get a special, fruit/desert and bread for 3.40 eruos. ...
... t work) so they won't let me out of the house unless I've used a hair dryer after my shower and don't let me wear my thick coat inside because then it won't protect me from the cold when I go out.
And can someone please explain to me the following things-
1. Why do people move their red wine glasses around to make it shake/mix?
2. Why do people only ever light their cigarette when it's in their mouth, as opposed to holding ...
... return to the Hostal Persal for a final farewell and to pick up our bag before heading off to the Metro at Sol. With the crowds building for the evening's celebrations we were slightly concerned that some of the roads to Sol might have been shut or that the Metro itself might have been closed. Our final purchase of the trip is a Pan de Higo (fig cake) which goes well with a creamy, salty, blue cheese.