Hostal Rural Haizea
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I take a photo of the machine, its machine number, and the phone number in front. At least that made me feel like I was doing something.
So off I went, lining up for the customs agent and feeling kind of vulnerable. I had a debit card and another credit card with me, but what if they got eaten, too? I knew the only money I needed for the week was to get me from the airport to the hotel and back, but I didn't even have 5 euros for the train. I ...
... each town was the very large cathedral. We had a toilet stop in a very little village, no public toilet but we went into the local bar, not that it looked like a bar. We could see the cathedral of Salamanca well before we were near the city, it's massive. Salamanca is only a small city and looks quite condensed. We were met by our families outside one of university buildings. I was rather nervous, especially after hearing the story from ...
... that were hosted in these museums blew me away. I was able to visit the exhibits of Salvador Dali, Picasso, Velasquez, and Goya. The pieces I was most excited to see were Guernica and Las Meninas because they were pieces that my Spanish professors had said to be the most amazing and telling of the time in which they were painted. I was not disappointed both were remarkable and being able to here at the Reina Sofia about ...
... for Uma’s birthday party. The first time I went to the grocery store was my first day in Madrid and I was a little stressed and too tired to truly appreciate the market. This time I liked it much better. The downstairs is more like a traditional market with fruit stores, fish stores, and meat stores. I loved seeing the Jamón hanging on the walls and also seeing the people clean our fish on the spot and take out all its intestines and stuff. I also ...
... is delightful and full of interesting info about Toledo. We drive to Saint Martin Bridge which is incredible but change plans and head back to do our walking tour of the old part of Toledo because its too foggy. Its much colder in Toledo when we get off the bus than it was in Madrid when we left. There is an interesting mix of people on the bus, Around 40 people so its not full and i get a row to my selft. apparently each ...