Hospederia La Tercia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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We had a wonderful sleep - lovely hotel room - and a late breakfast then went for a wander around the streets of Madrid. Once again we got the Hop on hop off bus to see the sights. Madrid is also very busy with lots of wonderful buildings. Our hotel is very central, close to Placa Mayor and the Royal Palace. Afterward we walked down to the Royal Palace for a closer look then back to the Gran Via where we hopped back on the bus for a look at the city at ...
... my spanish Mom rally off instructions for me, and every once in a while I hold a whole conversation seemingly without thinking about it or second-guessing myself once. As I mentioned in my last post, my Spanish mom, Julia, is currently unable to leave the house. Last Saturday she was shopping while it was raining and slipped on the wet sidewalk. She has a fractured ankle bone accompanied by significant swelling of her whole bottom leg. She also still has multiple bruises on ...
... walking home, eating lunch (around 2:30pm), homework, and then going out to walk around the town with friends or run by myself at 5-6pm. During the evenings, I usually either watch TV in spanish with my mom or work on some homework. My spanish mother has her favorite soap opera that she watches every night, and I usually join in for that. Dinner takes place at around 10pm, and then I usually watch TV or do homework until bed time.
Since I am ...
... statue! (Molly thought it was hilarious!)
Molly couldn't wait to get back to the hotel so that she could watch TV. She watched iCarley in Spanish and was thrilled to just relax for a bit and have control over a TV again.
MOLLY:I have eaten some crazy things on this trip. Here is the list: squid, rabbit, lamb, octupus, and mussels. And out of all of those, I liked one. Squid.
... At Atocha we looked at all the kiosks and then went into the big hall that has a tropical look to it in the centre with plants growing there. There was a crowd looking over a fence and when we went to have a look we saw that there was a pond with a whole lot of turtles in it. Strange thing to have at a station.
Madrid is really a beautiful city and I am glad that I have been here before so I was not too disappointed for not having seen much this time around.