Palacio De Rubianes Hotel & Golf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pays; they are not so money concerned when it comes to eating at a restaurant together. Lunch here is the biggest meal of the day and is ate around 3 pm. The siesta of Spain is at this time so people, even if they work because stores shut down during siesta, have around 1-2 hours to eat. The longest I have spent at lunch so far was 3 hours, there was a lot of socializing. Then dinner here is around 9-10 pm and is a smaller portion and generally a shorter meal but ...
Here in Spain I live with an amazing host family. I live with a mother named Monica who is a doctor, a father named Santiago who is a dentist and works out of the first level of the house, and Ahinoah who is a twelve year old girl who attends the school I work at. Ahinoah is very talented she is an artistic skater, which is like artistic ice-skating but it is with roller skates on the ground, and she trains a lot and does competitions. She seems to ...
... certain amount of feet from a building when smoking and people can almost never smoke inside except if it is a casino.
5) Spain: Citizens in Spain cannot own guns, only the police have guns. They think this law in the US is horrifying.
US: It is an amendment that law abiding citizens are allowed to posses a gun.
6) Spain: Liquor of all kinds can be purchased in grocery stores. There are no such stores as liquor stores that are meant for ...
... speak Spanish to people and they will speak English to me so we can both help eachother. Ana speaks English very well and so does Maria. Ana has also introduced me to another teacher here from England named Adam and is going to introduce me to 2 au pairs from England and Germany. Yesterday Maria took me to Adam's town Alaquez,which is nearby, and I saw the palace that the King of Spain sometimee lives in. It was a nice town with lots of restaurants, ...
Since I woke up on my own accord at 6am, I decided to take the 6:30am shuttle to the airport. Naturally, check-in and security was very quick, so I had a while until my flight boarded. Instead of going to the lounge, I walked around the nearly empty airport. Very little people-watching. As we were bussed to the plane, there was the start of a gorgeous sunrise.
The flight was not very crowded – a few empty ...