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... more than social- to be entertainers. I've had to tweak my personality a little bit; be the one to ask questions first, make sure everyone feels welcome, joke around, start games, be upbeat. I've gotten really good at remembering names of a constant rotation of 30 people or so. That's the other thing- I feel like I become good friends with guests at the hostel, and they leave within 3-5 days or so and are replaced by someone new. It's a strange feeling. ...
... life style from healthcare to government subsidy, its interesting to see another side of perspective from the European view. I also met another couple from Merida Mexico, how interesting. For the night I went to Aljibe Banos Arabes, the Hamman bath and massage, it is so nice, alternating hot and cold tubs 5 min each to increase circulation followed by 15 min massage, it was a great way to relax. On my way back to the hotel, I walked into ...
... it was about the size of a 1 or maybe 2 story tall house, because it was tall and very thin, so there was maybe 2 rooms on each floor. Both of the bathrooms were on the bottom floor, since that's where the plumbing was (it’s a really old house, so the plumbing was mostly downstairs), along with a small office sort of room. On the second floor was my grandparents’ room, and the entrance area, on the third floor was the kitchen and the dining area (open ...
... an abundant buffet and just not quite able to access it. Years of repatterning
have helped me to travel different pathways in my brain when I am under stress,
and now instead of “survival mode”, I am going into a more functional “basic
I am staying in a hostel-like arrangement (NOT “hostile” as it
sounds over the phone!) which has worked out fine because all guests are quiet
... where we sat outside and enjoyed a few more beverages as we watched the world pass by.
We had a great sleep, such was the comfort of our room (and yeah, okay, the sangrias may have helped). Being that we were not collecting our rental car until one o’clock we had the morning to further enjoy Madrid. Over to the Royal Square and then up to the gates of the city monument interspersed with a little retail therapy along the way. We just loved the vibe ...