Hostal Adria Santa Ana
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There are quite a few big differences here in Spain that I've had to get used to, but one cultural difference has been arguably the most difficult for all of us in my study abroad group, as well as most people who study abroad in Spain.
The times people eat, the type of food people cook, and the amount of food for each meal is so incredibly different from how we have meals in the United States.
Breakfast in the mornings are super light, for example, yesterday I was ...
We met Diana's friend Maria Lousa (marr-e-a-Lu-sar) (Spanish version of Melissa) and went to Primark, a massive shop on the other side of Madrid. It was basically Target but super, super cheap! It was in an amazing shopping centre with full glass roof and trees growing inside and you really did feel outside - minus the cold - because it was so so bright.
They had a massive range of clothes, shoes, bags, underwear, sunglasses, accessories ...
... for (Paloma & Alvaro and their children Jaime and Ignacio), we also met one of Pato's brothers, also named Alvaro. It was such a lovely, relaxing day; the children played whilst the parents chilled out and everybody made me feel so welcome. Later on, another of Pato's sisters (she is one of 6) named Maru came with her children (Pablo, Ines, Theresa & Luis (I think)). Theresa has to be the most well-behaved baby ever. She just sat there for ...
... about spanish history. The further i decended into back towards the ground floor so did time turn back the clock and i finally got to the surrealism and cubism we know from the likes of Dali and Picasso. Along with many other greats it was sweet to actually see these paintings in real life, as they are such a house hold name around the world. I explored most of the west wing and thinking about my stomach so much i wanted to leave as my 2nd jamon baguette ...
... t work and God only knows what was put in front of me for the "gluten free" meal. But the real highlight came when I decided to have a glass of wine to relax a bit given the broken tv that was “the only one on the plane not working” according to the stewardess (gee thanks, lady.) It’s a lovely Australian C******nay and I’m starting to relax and get very excited about the trip when I start to get a bit hot. I think the plane is just stuffy so I take off my scarf. ...