Senator Gran Via 70 Spa Hotel
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... and a bottle of diet coke at my layover at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm. My first stop was Casa Labra only two blocks away. The restaurant and bar is a Madrid institution I stopped in on my two previous trips that specializes is Bacalao (salt cod), deep fried pieces as tapas in the bar and more elaborate creations in the restaurant. It’s famous enough to have made the book "1001 Restaurants to Try Before You Die". The bar feels like a U.S. Dollar Store now ...
... large marble columns completely intact and just laying on their side. The columns themselves were incredible, all carved out of a single piece of marble from quarries nearby.
Another very interesting part of the backdrop were the statues that had been replaced but left headless on purpose. This was done to demonstrate the very common practice of removing the heads from statues when there was a change of the emperor in power. The statues themselves were ...
... for me when I felt lonely, lost, and somewhat depressed. Constantly being an outsider, a new person, a foreigner can take its toll, and I loved the conversations I was able to have with the people I feel are my home and shelter. Especially, my dad, who I am not sure even made it this far in my entry with his undoubtedly excellent English skills, I really found so much consolations in our conversations and I cannot wait to see you again in winter. (특히 ...
... br> as she was equally as excited about the course and everything we would be
learning in the next month. She will be teaching us the language portion of our
course but stressed that she did not want to be the ‘boring’ one. Her class was
exciting and I could tell she tried to get us as interactive as possible which
was good considering we are still catching up from the jet lag. At 11:00 we had
a 30 minuet ...
... would definitely be jealous!
We went to Mint Disco in San Sebastián, I was so worried about not getting let in but everyone was confident I would without any problems but that didn't reassure me! Even both Amparos agreed. It's an over 18 disco, but there was a sign in Spanish on the door saying, I presume 'no under 18' but no bouncer so I got in fine. But apparently when it says 'over 18' it ...