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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... They all came out together, his teacher held his hand, said "adios!" and ushered them all back inside! I was at work when he needed to be picked up at 2. Shane said the teacher told him there was a little bit of a language barrier at first but that he did very well! At recess, the kids played futbol but Nolan said he just wanted to watch. I know it'll take a little but of adjusting as it's a new school with a different routine and no one speaks English ...
... like me who were chatting about Spain, England, travelling etc. they invited me to join them. I sat with them for the rest of the evening and made some new friends. It was quite funny, I didn't speak a word of Spanish and the lady next to me didn't speak english. So the others were translating for us. The conversations switched from Spanish to english all evening. Even though she and I couldn't communicate with each other we got along great. Viva ...
... not let us up. In fact, she said there was no one upstairs at HSBC despite having just spoken to them upstairs. She said we would have to call the HSBC number but wouldn't allow us to use her phone to do so. Unbelievable. We had to put on a scene in a busy foyer to a large building to get the concierge to call HSBC upstairs again and ask them to search for the card to determine at least whether it was up there. Pudd ended up getting angry and said to her ...
... to the Tour site. We head off on our walking tour of Madrid with Sandemans Tours. We started the tour from the magnificent Plaza Mayor. The tour guide was Ed and he gave us wonderful stories about Spanish history. We met some lovely people on this tour and it was very friendly. We finished up at the Palace Real and then went to a special tapas market where thousands of people were bustling together all buying tapas, sangria, chatting ...
... would have worked for the last few months and would only be leaving for Europe now. Embarrassing moment: in the course of the month we had together in the UK there were a few but the highlight has to be Jess' amazing lack of understanding about the nature of lamb... Coming out with notable quotes, such as "what? You eat sheep?!" And "lamb? Guys, it's made out of sheep!" As though we didn't know... Top moment: definitely her looking fantastic in a rain coat and gumboots in the ...