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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... is the eucalypt. I am slightly disappointed by Portugal as I had a notion of a rich, elegant country (which it once was) but now a bit tired.
We are back into Spain and immediately the landscape changes. Large plains with cattle, olives. We pass Ciudad Rodrigo, a well preserved walled city without stopping. As we get closer to Salamanca the soil is rich red with wheat, corn and oranges. A yellow bush lines the side of the road like a wattle bloom. The best areas of ...
... salad. I finished dinner a little after nine and it was raining again for the second Monday in a row and I had to walk all the way to the end of Gran Vía in the rain. When I got to the exchange, I sat with the same people that I have been. It was a good time. By the time we left a little before midnight it was still raining and the same girl from last week offered to drive me home again. When I went home I changed and went to ...
... of reminded me of a DMV or something because you had to have a ticket and then wait for the number. Luckily Alvaro stayed with us because I was a little confused. I bought an envelope and they base the price of the stamp on how much the contents of the envelope way. I'm sure it was extra though because it is correo extranjero. When we were finished at the post office, it was time for Jackie and I to go shopping. First we went for what we thought was ice cream. I finally got to ...
... welcome. Everyone seemed to have a good first night. We were each given a little briefcase, a timetable and our class placements. Haydn and I had to take a 10 minute walk to our classes. We are both in the beginners classes, everyone else is advanced. The university is quite spread out and the buildings are just amongst everything else. I'm in a level 2 class, which is a little bit above absolute beginner. I have language class from ...
... all it isn’t as if I have a timetable. Merida was the first target. I knew the name of Merida because they are quite a reputable bicycle maker, not quite as reputable as Trek though (I have two Trek bikes - gathering dust in garage). I seemed to reach Merida in no time at all so I stopped for breakfast there, rested a while and set off for my next check point, Plasencia (which in my mind I called Placenta). Again, another really easy ...