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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for my age group. I'm particularly thinking of my last room in Cambridge in my final year - admittedly, it was in what was affectionately known as 'The Crack House' of 35 Trumpington Street, but still so glorious that it has ruined the chance of being happy in any other room. The memory of its perfection can still make me a bit teary...
So why the hell is it that, despite bill paying and hot water getting cut off and having to do our own cooking and cleaning, and all of ...
... to my actual friends...
Don't hold my hand unless you're my latest squeeze. It gets sweaty and gross, and it's hard to walk in a straight line. I have enough problems with balance as it is.
Don't hug me from behind. Ever. Just no. Do not do this. I will lose my mind. Why would you do this? Why?
Do not, under any circumstances, touch my stomach without prior warning. And never with any pressure. Unless you want me to expel vomit as if my belly button ...
... can walk to most of them), and several different ages / grades in each school. Hence the incomprehensible timetable. The hopping back and forth means I will pretty much be spending most of my days walking in and out of schools.
I swear to God, they just gave that to me and told me I was due in class. And this schedule with all the school names and grades etc...it might as well be in Chinese.
(I was, by that point, almost delirious with tiredness ...
... outdoor cafés with elegantly dressed local, but alas no food being served!!!! They were all having a wonderful time chatting/ smoking and just sipping on wines or coffee. The only eateries seemed to be many stand- up Tapas bars . We realised then that Spaniards " sit down to drink and stand up to eat!" Finally found a table at a very average Tapas sit down restaurant and had a very late ordinary meal Walked: 20 km Total walked :165 km (9km ...
... the heavy hoisting up isn't the problem it was in the first few days and they now feel quite comfortable.
The bike riders on the track are starting to give everyone the pips at this point. We have not had too many up until the last few days. They come up behind you so quickly. With packs on, it is difficult to manoeuvre in a hurry as we often just walk along side by side.
This is a beaut albergue with one big room but we have bottom bunks (yes!). Very ...