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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... works is its just all standing room and benches to eat off and every time
you order a drink they will bring out tapas for you. The more drinks you order
the better the food will get. So we all rock up and buy 4 drinks. The plate
comes out and its overloaded with food and bread and we all just look at each
other and dig in, Then another plate comes out. Equally as full. Then another.
And another. We all assumed the first plate ...
After waking up and going through Orientation and everything that was going to take place, we finally had some free time. I went to Lunch with some of the students, and we were expecting to get American food, since two of them hadn't had much to eat in their host family, but that wasn't until dinner time, so we had to wait from breakfast time to switch to lunch, to get something other than eggs or breakfast. We waited, since lunch doesn't start until around 1 here, and than ...
... before. It was also nice to have a kitchen in our hostel to make some home made dinner.
Our highlight of Spain was partying in Barcelona, the best landmark was the Alhambra, we loved eating tapas of all varieties and we hated the Spanish rail system (inconvenient and run by barely capable individuals). We would take back home the tapas bar culture for ...
... the city. Arrived at our little hostel, which actually turned out to be one of the nicer places we've stayed at, and got some good advice for dinner options. ĄDespite being about 9pm, we were still considered 'early' for dinner! Crazy Spaniards were intent on further ruining our body clocks, and they succeeded easily, with our morning in Barcelona of a wake up closer to afternoon than ...
... room rule, for everyone's sake. After a fantastic sleep................ Seeing as the Lions were playing the Wallabies in the deciding test this morning (11.30am here), we headed down the street to look for the nearest Irish Pub. After only a short while walking, we came across one and joined a handful of other Lion's supporters to watch the game. Of course they presumed we were Australian (jandals and a non-British accent) but quickly befriended us once they learnt we ...