Hotel Ramon de La Cruz
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... immersed in its art
and history rather than going to a museum that’s quite like most others around
the world in trying to present an encyclopedic smattering of artworks and
styles from around the world in one place.
I had a great couple of hours in the museum as it was
pouring rain outside and lucked out in yet another way. Wednesday’s are free
admission at the museum.
... the dining room etc were all refurbished rooms from when monks used the building. There was even an old chapel inside that was incredibly decorated and still used for weddings and special church services. The character of the place was absolutely amazing.
The next morning, on our way to Seville, we stopped at the small town of Merida which is famous for its Roman ruins that are some of the best preserved in the world. Our tour consisted of the two ...
... see the artwork in Venice I somewhat reluctantly put down 11 euros, to get a great last night meal at the oldest restaurant in the world I put down a hefty 20, and for all the flights and hostels in different cities I practically sprayed Europe with my money. Rome was especially the killer with its discounted rates still amounting up to 10~15 euros for its sights. Paris was the best with all the museums that I wish to go being free for students.
I am also ...
... us salad and Spagetti because Tamar had mentioned yesterday it was her
favorite- so adorable. Antonia went to visit her mother a lot today so after
dinner we cleaned everything and set the table for tomorrow, as we usually do.
I think she is thankful for having us here and we are so thankful for her. Some
other students are not having as good of an experience with their families as
we are and I don’t think we could have been delegated to a more kind hearted
We got back home to find a 40cm wide line had been chiselled the length of the driveway and even Amparo couldn't explain why!
We visited the dogs, for only the second time, I feel sorry for the poor things, living in third-world conditions and get no human attention.
I concluded that I was actually wrong about the restaurant not doing tapas - ...