Miguel Angel Hotel
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... and drifts off as well, it is the beginning of siesta time, which means we have a few minutes to cross the road to our tour for the afternoon.
Our last tour is the quintessential Spanish Bullfight. The bit of culture we wanted to do, and by now we thought we need to do, as we are leaving it to almost the last minute of our tour of Spain. There is a bus tour prior to the bullfight, as this is a good way to get good seats at the bullfight and not rely ...
... projects namely broad roads and extensive and sweeping road interchanges that seem to offer passing traffic various options to go in almost any direction and rail interchanges where train tracks crossed on gradual bridges over our track in other directions plus a couple of dams and of course numerous lengthy rail tunnels as we passed through various mountain ranges.
If I was a civil engineering student, I'd be seeking a work experience placement in Spain coz they can ...
... and the rest is "At the red building, turn left and walk .2 kilometers. After spinning three times, spot the Burger King, say the secret password, and magical gates will open and bring you to your hostel."
But, I found it. Praise the universe, you had faith in me after all!!!
I got inside, settled into my room, and then headed for the outdoor pool/deck area so I could read some more.
A little about how I find hostels - I don't ...
Yesterday was my first day of classes.
Of course I had to ask somebody where the
building was but I got there with about 5 minutes to spare. I met Tomás there
and was really glad that I would have a IES friend in class with me. There were
about 15 people in total in the small group fluid dynamics class. Three of them
were American and one of them was from Iceland. Also I was the only girl. The
... at us in rapid fire Spanish. Seems we were on a pedestrian only street. Once I explained what we were trying to find, he became sr. Nice guy & walked me right to our hotel, even introducing me to our host. Room was tiny but clean, in great location. Dropped off our luggage & hit the streets in search of food & sights. And whoa, talk about sights!! Started out from a huge plaza (appropriately named the plaza ...