Hotel Petit Palace Las Torres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... before the two-hour drive back to Portugal and the welcoming quarters of our ship. Spain, like most of Europe, is not traveler-friendly when it comes to the matter of public toilets. Locals know how and where to find relief, usually by entering a public eatery and using facilities at the back of the establishment, with or without a purchase. That is the Spanish way. Such a strategy for 40 North Americans is not as practical. ...
... were more people out than I thought there would be for a Sunday. When we got home for dinner, we had a plate of spinach with carrots and shrimp in it. I didn't like that one at all. Followed by that we had fish with fresh lemon. I made lemon water after that so Montse was probably confused as to what I was doing. Not much to say about Sundays, I am getting sick and it is only the beginning of a new ...
... very beautiful.
In Toledo, we stayed at Hotel Beatriz, which was a huge place with a pool. It wasn't a hot day, but that didn't stop some of us from swimming. It was freezing, but we didn't really care. We were just having fun!
At 7, we had a very long meeting with Rodrigo about our home stays and academics. After the meeting at around 9, we went into the city to grab some pizza. We took 5 cabs and all piled in to this amazing pizza place (Don't remember ...
... churches, cathedrals, convents, and homes in the city center. This makes for a totally charming adventure through the narrow, winding, cobblestone streets, which is how we spent our day today. It was the first nice day with the weather cooperating and so outside was where we all wanted to be. My roomie Jane and I headed towards the river as we wanted to photograph the Roman Bridge, built in the 1st century by, of course, the ...
... table. You must wear shoes or slippers at all times in the house...socks don't even cut it. My teacher cringed when we told her we can be barefoot. I got my one teacher to admit that the yawn and stretch combination feels great. When they leave the room at our halfway break in class, I just let it out. You think it's easy to hold them back until you are told that you can't do it anymore. There are a bunch of others too that I forget, but I ...