Aparthotel El Galeon
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... civilized, for their burger dinners come with a choice of beer. A real adult happy meal! I had a great burger with a Guinness! We topped off our evening with a visit to the famous chocolate con churro restaurant. This place is open 24 hours a day and is a Madrid institution. Nothing but churros and chocolate! What's not to like! Becca's corner: too easy, churros and chocolate. But the Guinness beer with dinner was pretty yummy - try finding another dark beer in Spain . . ...
... football (haha!) game on Tuesday night. I tried to buy my ticket online but the site wouldn't take Bank of America cards. So, myself and David (from Stetson) ventured out to the stadium to physically buy our tickets. For 35€, my seat isn't horrible for a nosebleed ticket! After lunch, I took a short nap and then met up with Rachel over in Legazpi to check out a marathon, bike festival, and county fair-esque festival all in the same ...
... At the crosswalks, when lights turn green, it makes a bird chirping sound! It’s really funny.
Sunday, September 7, 2014We had to be downstairs to eat breakfast before the bus left @ 8:30 a.m. We all got a wakeup call @ 7 a.m. We met at the hotel’s breakfast buffet - it was really nice. They had everything! Scrambled eggs, sausage (looked like weisswurst) wide bacon, sweet rolls and sweet breads, cereals, yogurt, sliced meats and cheese, fruits, ...
... clothes etc of saints, quite creepy but that's they way they did it. There was then about a half hour drive to The Valley of the Fallen (Valle de los Caídos). This is a huge cross and bascilla in the mountains. Franco had it built after the civil war to remember those killed in there war. It remains controversial, in particular since 10% of the construction workforce consisted of convicts, some of whom were Popular Front political prisoners. It is also ...
... includes ordering food
and keeping myself alive. We went through the menu at the school cafeteria and
learned about the different ways people shop for food here, all real life
things which I know will be useful in my stay in spain. After class we went to
conquer our second Cultural Didactic activity, where we were sent to an indoor
food market which kind of reminded me of a farmers market inside to sample
fresh local product and experience the personal experience ...