Urban Sea Atocha 113
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... more often than others because I was right there.
Then they asked us who was a good singer in the group. Sarah pointed at me and they wanted me to sing an "American" song, but I had no idea what to do so we sort of as a group started singing "Sweet Caroline." However I likely looked like a fool leading everyone because I don't exactly know all the words. Well, I didn't then. Now I certainly do. For the next time I have to sing Neil Diamond ...
... nap while I drag Ryan to the pharmacy nearby for more Ibuprofen; I was down to four Vicoden and wanted to save those for when I really needed it. The pharmacist took one look at my swollen ankle and started asking Ryan all sorts of questions. (It might have been a bit swollen at the time. Like three times it’s normal size.) After promising that I would be going to my doctor as soon as we got home, she gave ...
... younger cousins Jaime & Ignacio (I am in love with all of the traditional Spanish names). Fair play to all those parents out there, kids are mega hyper at bath time, but it was nice to see how well the boys' English was just by playing games. After dinner the children played for a bit and I got to talk to Breanna a bit more which was really nice and then we headed home.
I have seriously been neglecting this blog but I have for once during this year abroad, been busy both with University and the usual student commitments to getting absolutely minging.
My last entry was just a few days prior to me moving flat and starting semester 2 - it's now week 6 and thus certainly time for a new post - Enjoy!
I moved into my new flat mid-January and it is a far cry from the windowless prison I subjected myself to during the ...
... 3. Most of them have around 30 hours per week. I have 45 hours per week. My company is open from 9:30-6:30. Since my contract says complete I have to be there the whole time. Even though the work I have to do each day only takes up like half that time. Right now I have 3 jobs. 1. printing out a ton of documents and organizing them. (I now have many paper cuts) 2. Researching other foundations and seeing if we can apply for their grants. I have a list of around a 100 and a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsUrban Sea Atocha 113 Madrid
This hostel has everything I need. Bed is good, shower warm, wifi was immediately connected. Service is excenllent. Directly across the street is a bakery for breakfast. The Prado, caixaforum etc. are near.
So everything is fine.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.