Port Sitges Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... around a central square, so you looked across the square to a big ugly back wall of the apartments in front of you. The second place was small. It had been renovated throughout but I just didn't like it. Pudd said he preferred this one and I was surprised he did. It was small and pokey, a little further out of town, and the second bedroom was an odd shape. I just didn't like it at all really. There was also some bench seating out the back which looked like it might ...
... a bit of a badass, so I was a bit trepidatious - but I was really keen for him to share his perspective on our travels. So I said "sure, let's do it," and crossed my fingers. The fruits of his labours are below. I didn't know he was going to turn his lens squarely on me - and I see he's shared perhaps a teensy bit more than some of you would like to know (!) - but an agreement is an agreement. He did his part, so I've done mine: no edits except to correct a couple of ...
... Italian and perhaps English--laughs at my constant confusion of Spanish and Italian -such as confusing essere with ser, etc.
Renate--from Recife, Brazil--also laughs when I confuse Portuguese terms for Spanish. For instance--to earn is ganar in Spanish, gagner in French, ganhar in Portuguese, so it is quite easy to confuse everything! I am speaking some kind of Span-Ital-Fran-Portuges-ish, I guess.
Segure--from Norway--Norwegian and English
So in the grammar ...
... like to think of it as a rite of exorcism. All the phantoms lurking in the city are brought out into the open to revel, and then disappear once again leaving the city's soul cleansed. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, though."
Or as the city's website said:
"Although the animals involved have a very long tradition, correfoc itself was born in 1979 and was, in its origin, a sample of Fantastic Beasts ...
... to read maps although I can remember as a kids mum always gave up navigating and gave me the map to save arguments. Now imagine the two of us standing on a corner with our backpacks on, map in hand and phone for hostel directions in the other. We knew how to get there be only thing missing was which way on the street. After a few minutes pondering and trying I decipher any sort of landmark a fellow traveller stops and pointed us in the right direction. So I guess ...