jueves, 9 de agosto de 2007
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ALES BAGON: www.bagonales.blogspot.com. i am father.
YENIVETH DIAZ: www.yenivethdiaz.blogspot.com. bluetooh.
Mr Gonzales: i´m fine an you.
Daniel: i´m fine would you mind not smoking here?.
Mr. Gonzales: Oh i´m sorry. I didn´t realize this was the non smoking section.
Daniel: sure. No problem, Don´t forget no smoking.
Mr Gonzales: yes don´t worry.
Daniel: ok good bye.
Mr Gonzales: bye.
miércoles, 8 de agosto de 2007
jueves, 2 de agosto de 2007
actually, it´s pretty easy.
first of all, don´t forget to turn it on.
then dial the number, and remember
to press the sent button
make sure recharge the batteries every few weekes and try not to drop it, it,s fragile
one more thing be sure to pay then phone bill every month
miércoles, 11 de julio de 2007
When to Go As in much of Spain, spring (March-May) and October are the best times to be in Madrid. The weather is generally agreeable, the city has a fresh feel to it and it isn't too overrun with tourists. I love to party, visit during May for Madrid's biggest fiesta.
The park has a particuarly beautiful rose garden, La Rosaleda, and a somewhat sinister statue of El Ángel Caído, said to be the first statue ever dedicated to the dark lord.
Paris When to Go As the old song says, Paris is at its best in springtime, even if it is sometimes a little wet.
When i're done peering upward through the girders, three levels are open to the public. There are elevators to the top but they have long queues. Guided visits are also available.Musée du Louvre
The Louvre may be the world's greatest art museum - but it's also the one most avoided by visitors to Paris. the I have to get a passport, shouldn´t too many clothes, should traveler´s checks, need to by a round trip plane ticket, need to take money,
The taco´s is famous recipes in mexico.
1 pack of Tortillas1 or so of shrimp1 can of mushrooms or slice up some fresh ones if you like. 1/2 lb of bacon1/2 cup of mixed peppers and onions1 packet of taco seasoning mix
Fry up your bacon (crispy)and set to the side.drain bacon greese except for a tablespoon or two and fry the shrimp in it, when shrimp start to turn red...add peppers and onion.
then add taco mix and crumble in the bacon.
Thats it! stuff your taco, add cheese or any other topping to your likeing...enjoy!