Posadas de Espana Paterna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... told me there were actually a number of buildings, each with its own specific purpose. The largest building, The Museu De Les Ciencies, related to displays and exhibitions ranging from Earth Sciences to the science of interior design (it had recently held an exhibition celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the ESA, hence the info boards I saw yesterday). There was also L'Oceanografic (a big aquarium with accompanying shark and dolphin tanks (separate of ...
... that last tea bag (brought in my backpack from Whole Foods); when I watched the boys and Doug get haircuts; when I found a hole in a favorite t-shirt (will it last 'til July?); when Sam lost his last baby molar (and received his last visit from the tooth fairy -- 5 Euros!).
What matters most to me day to day is the friendliness of the people we rarely consider friends at home. Enrique – the super of our complex; ...
... beach, but the wind was blowing very hard and san kept getting in our eyes and mouths. The waves were big, so lots of body surfing occurred. We then had a siesta and went out to dinner. We first got a hamburger restaturant, but the serve took for ever, so we just went to a Doner Kebab spot down to corner. We then hit some bars and open air clubs and called it a night. ...
... work on interoperability and personal health information management challenges in the United States. Allen addressed both of those in the context of the Spanish National Healthcare System earlier.
Interoperability is as large an issue in Spain as it is in the United States. As mentioned earlier, Spain has a three-tiered healthcare system. However, these tiers do not speak to each other. They all have different systems, which are ...
... is the worst! Do you hug? Handshake? Cry hysterically? You have exchanged details and have every intention of seeing them again, but sometimes it just doesn't happen that way. To all those people I have met along the way- I love each and every one of you!
5- Meeting so many new people, they all have nicknames
On a daily basis abroad, you meet new people. So many new people in fact, that it is impossible to remember names. 'The German', ...