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... and the rest is "At the red building, turn left and walk .2 kilometers. After spinning three times, spot the Burger King, say the secret password, and magical gates will open and bring you to your hostel."
But, I found it. Praise the universe, you had faith in me after all!!!
I got inside, settled into my room, and then headed for the outdoor pool/deck area so I could read some more.
A little about how I find hostels - I don't ...
... girls to do their own thing, and we went off in search of the house of the Spanish playwright, Lope de Vega (a contemporary of Cervantes). Our interest was based on a couple of his plays we had seen in Bath last year - one hilarious and the other a tragedy, but both very enjoyable (they were in English, by the way!) Our trusty guidebook alerted us to the fact that the house was only open to visitors on guided tours, and that you needed to book ahead. I tried the ...
... the Plaza Mayor.
We had lunch in an upmarket café, which Dad described as being “East Melbourne like”, and seemed to be very keen at forking out complimentary nibbles. After a nice lunch we headed into the main shopping mall, which was hardly surprising seeing that it was Conor’s choice, being his birthday celebrations. Although Conor technically turns thirteen tomorrow, we are celebrating his birthday today as we are flying ...
... my waistline”. So if you remember nothing else from this blog, remember to say “I have had enough” when you are still hungry. In fact, say it when you are ravenous.
Dessert is considered a key part of a meal. To only eat savoury food is unusual. We are back to the “savoury stomach” and “pudding stomach” again. In a restaurant in Barcelona, when we were all asked for our dessert choices, both mum and Eugenio ordered Crema Catalana ...
... Maybe it's because I was nursing a severe hangover. Regardless, it was a traumatic experience for all of us involved, we must have looked like such tourists - willing the bull to gore the matador with our hands over our eyes. I can't honestly believe the spectacle that was unfolding before my eyes whilst Spanish families (kids as young as 5/6) sat round eating nuts, laughing and clapping like wild animals as the poor bull was savagely murdered in front ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility