Hostal Castilla I
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I was woken up by a 7:00am alarm telling me to get up, which I of course postponed for another 10 minutes. Fortunately all of my stuff was already packed and Issy had woken herself up, saving me the trouble of running upstairs to rouse her. Sleepy and weighed down, we lugged our bags to the Busabout pickup point, which fortunately wasn't far from our hostel. We dropped our luggage and waited around for about 10 minutes for the other Busabout worker to arrive so we could ...
... at school we were in pretty rough
shape. Although Salsa dancing sounded like a good idea, this morning it wasn’t.
It’s a good thing we are doing really good in the course and don’t have to
worry about not doing well. Some people in our program go out every night… im
not sure how they do it. Regardless, we made it through classes and it felt so
good to come home and shower after. I met some people at the Café and Te restaurant
by our house and was ...
... into a church, it retains its Muslim architecture and is one of the few remnants of Islam in Toledo. We wanted to make sure to get a good spot at a bar for the Champions League championship, so we hopped on a 5:30 p.m. train back to Madrid. After quick showers, we made our way to Plaza Mayor in search of the right bar. We found an absolute gem just off the plaza, a sports bar with a huge projection screen and a few smaller HDTVs. Though the tables had ...
... but it was different because you were only allowed through one time and the waiters put the food on the plate for you! We rode the metro to and from dinner and we took a side tour so that we could see the Mediterranean Sea at night! When we got back to the hotel, many of the group were happy to contact family members to say hello. Tomorrow we are off to explore the city of ...
... Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions to see in Andalusia – you can really see the mix between the Muslim religion and the Catholic religion in this huge cathedral.
The bus trip to Granada was very scenic and we went past many olive tree groves and rolling hills. Entering Granada we were stuck in a small traffic jam, simply because all the drivers thought they could fit through a narrow passage on the already blocked roundabout, ...