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... that are not from Northeastern) that I am closest with are from Ireland or England. That is not to say I don't have Spanish friends I am just not as close with them. My Spanish has improved to the point where I just hear it and don't translate at all and some words I don't even know how to say in English I just understand what they mean and how they are used. I have began having many Spanish dreams (although I still have the occasional English dream). Most of ...
... girlfriend row for most of the time. We then went and got lunch, which was interesting. We were one of the only people in the restaurant and we did not know what to order. We ended up getting a lot of free food with our meal, which was nice because in Rome everything extra (bread, salad etc) costs more than the main dish itself. Then for dinner at Elizabeth's, Yaron made us delicious cous-cous. It was an excellent homemade meal.
On Saturday, Bridget and ...
... playground can turn into a game of lava monster or hide and seek tag.
E...exciting. Going new places and seeing new things. Not many can say they've gone to the Eiffel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Coliseum, and Big Ben. It has been such a treat and something I will always remember.
L...language. We've been to a lot of countries but most don't have English as their first language and ...
... the world and expect a Denny’s menu. We enter.
"You have a reservation?"
Oops. We didn’t think of that. We were under the impression that only French and American restaurants require reservations.
“We have one table left in the pantry” explains the maître. “I’ll have someone take you there.”
We amble through the busy restaurant, traverse the ...
... in a very healthy meal and a great way to socialise every evening. Meeting friends or just watching the tourists here is a favourite past-time of young well heeled Spaniards.
Named after Cybel the goddess of nature, this fountain is seen as one of Madrid's most
important symbols and especially for the Real Madrid football team - I was told by a local that each member of the team kisses the lady on the mouth ...