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... Guad-Mex, with amazing monuments all around... Yep, it looks like Guadalajara the Copy definitely beats Guadalajara the Original. I wonder if the founder of Guad-Mex ever imagined that his new city would grow to be 50 times the size of his original hometown in Spain. Obviously the plan was to recreate a bit of Spain in the New World--with a touch of irony: The name Guadalajara is actually Arabic, meaning "river of rocks", as the city was ...
... with hand luggage. All worked and I was under weight - phew. Went out for a coffee and a quick breakfast. I had difficulty ordering the coffee - another customer assisted with the translation - I received a double espresso but no milk - bummer. As I was returning to the hotel I walked past desigual - the shop I have fallen in live with. OMG there was 20% off if I signed up. I browsed through the shop wishing I had enough room in my bag to buy a few items. I decided ...
... and went out and smoke a joint on the giant avenue at the end of our street (the one adjacent to Prado and atocha train station) then ate some of the most delicious KFC of our lives. We retreated back home and watched the sex and the city movie, almost all 150 minutes of it, and at some point gave up and passed out (I think). I love you, ...
... house around 4:00
for lunch. Although im only half board she said it was ok If I eat lunch with
them on Sundays. I then relaxed and faced timed home, already feeling a lot better
about my earlier freak out. Me and tamar then tried to figure out our travel
plans for the weekend which ultimately got us nowhere, we are going to see what
the school offers us tomorrow or if we can see a travel agent. After our travel
discussion we decided to go ...
Afterwards, we drove to Louder's (phonetically spelt) house. It was so odd, we went to a gate, got let in by a security guard and had to explain who we were visiting which proved to be quite a lengthy experience. In the 'compound' were nine apartment buildings and between them were tennis courts, gyms and playgrounds. *Spelt 'Laura'
From the outside, they look like housing commission houses in Melbourne but inside they are the most gorgeous thing I've ...