- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tense but electric with singing and applauding coming from all corners. Our new friends made us feel at home, chatting to us and cheering with us. It was a shame I was supporting Germany really.
And as happy as I was that Germany won (they deserved it after the ease at which they demolished the Brazilians), it would have been an incredible atmosphere in Rosario had Argentina remained undefeated.
After the ...
... strengths and weaknesses. I talked about my inconsistencies in life for example sometimes I can be extremely quiet in a group and not contribute much and other times be the extrovert enjoying the attention. Her opinion was that I needed the contrast and I should accept that this is just who I am, a person of extremes. Immediately after the drink with Desnua my friends collected me and we went to Florencias flat via a shop to buy food and Fernet. The girls asked ...
... reassured him I was OK. Phew. A deep breath and Julia and I had a tour of the club with Santiago the other much younger and hospitable guard. pools, gym, sports grounds and Hachalotz Lamerchav youth movement up stairs. Feeling proud of my people we continued to the largest synagogue in the city. A beautiful room with wooden stools and old books. Over a hundred years and standing strong having the majority of Th local Jews walk through the old doors weekly. Right next door was ...
... but it doesn`t look very inviting at all.
We stayed in a small apartment here. It was nice and the owner recommended this great take away place near by so we went and bought nice dishes (meat)!! there and ate in. Also got some nice wine very cheap from the supermarket round the corner.
It's still nice and sunny weather here but you can feel that autumn has started because it's not that hot any more. Also some of the trees are starting to turn yellow and red.
... to complete the activities set for us. Our classes run from 9.00am until 10.30am when we take a short coffee break and chat and then from 10.45am to midday. The teachers change after each session so that we get to experience the different styles and don't become too comfortable with one or the other. They have also been told not to speak to us in English, which is fine for ...