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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... call this place an aquarium is an understatement, as it is the largest aquarium in all of Europe. The best way I can describe it is a mixture of SeaWorld and the San Diego Zoo, minus the amusement park rides. For those of you who don’t know, my favorite animal is a dolphin. After walking through tunnels surrounded by fish and sharks, seeing sea lions, beluga whales, walrus, penguins, and many other species, we came to ...
... daily commute.
This has exposed some things I take for granted. I now know that I have taken the relative cleanliness of New Mexico for granted. I take clean water, clean air, and our mountains for granted, however, this doesn't keep me from using it. At one frustrating low point, during a prolonged wait at a dingy train station, I realized I can visually retraced, curve by curve, the entire drive from Las Vegas up to the cabin in Sapello. It was incredible how vivid ...
... and eat, sleep, and spend time with family members. The Spanish are never in a rush, they take their time. Being served at any restaurant can affirm this. The waiters are polite and diligent, but it takes time for you to receive your food, check, etc.
It’s expected that you are to take your time while eating, which is different from how we like to rush even eating in America.
Paella is another cultural staple in Spain. It is a rice dish that is made with ...
... it’s own take on the bullfight, more similar to Hollywood’s depiction, in which the matador antagonizes the bull with a pink and yellow flag, and barely escapes the horns as the bull charges past. Bullfights could never take place in the United States, in which such blatant acts of animal cruelty make the public uncomfortable. This, in itself, is an interesting part of Spanish culture. ...
... around the two were various symbols of the Indian religions, such as the jaguar and the eagle. This falla stood approximately 5 stories tall if I had to guess, and took up the entire square in girth.
Watching this puppy burn was truly an experience. The people I was with were too afraid to get close, thinking they would not have a good view because there was a fire truck in the way. You see, I am brilliant (in the honors program ...