NH Las Tablas
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... missed Pendulum. The acts I did see however where awesome and once again even though promising myself I'd leave at a decent hour I was walking out into sunshine at 7am. When I walked into the hotel I arranged for a late checkout and had myself some much needed sleep. The rest of the day was rather uneventful hungover packing and catching the bus to the airport for once again a delayed flight - making it 4 of 4 internal European flights to be delayed. Having ...
... minute to go. It was a disappointing finish for Dennis, who strongly dislikes Real (they're kind of like the Yankees of soccer, with added historical fascist overtones), so we were rooting for Atletico. The bar was a great mix of Real and Atletico supporters, so there was a real good-spirited rivalry going on. Once the game ended, though, Atletico fans cleared out fast to escape the jubilant Real fans. We joined them, fleeing to a market across the ...
... day in Madrid which was the third day. On that day we went to two different art museums and one apartment to see the views of the city by rooftop. The first place we went to had a big sculpture made out of old shirts tied together. Next to the sculpture were two large clear elevators where we raced our parents up to the top of the building. The people at the top of the elevator ...
... to the rest. My Ernest Hemingway class will be taking a day hike to some local mountains where the novel For Whom the Bell Tolls takes place. I sadly have to stay local that weekend because I have scuba certification classes for my scuba and marine ecology course. I figure it will be a good time to relax before going on a six day scuba trip to the Canary Islands from April 3rd to the 8th.
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Today was a nothing day because they knew my back was sore and didn't want to do anything to upset it. I figured it would be a good time to read the book I was dreading the most, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. I finished within four hours which I was pretty pleased about and it turned out to be the best of all my English books! We were warned that it was hard to understand and very complex but I still can't understand how anyone could struggle with it, it was ...