AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... I'll believe them! Friday afternoon I went on my final field trip with my medio ambiente class. We started at a plaza very close to where Ian lives (he's in Italy right now, so expect a post from him on Tuesday) and walked northeast and then in the northern part of Madrid. We started at 8:45ish to a very rainy and cold start, and by 1:30 when we finished, you could barely tell it even rained! 60°F is the new 80 here, so if this is how ...
... Madrid. It was - you guessed it - another day of tours. This time it came with a twist, however. The morning tour at 11am (the free one) went off without a hitch and our guide gave us plenty of nuggets on Madrid's development over the centuries. I signed up for the afternoon tour, the evening tapas tour and the pub crawl (for which there is no translation in Spanish) to complete my all-day tour bonanza.
In the afternoon session, however, ...
... place we went too was another art museum. We had to go threw security before entering the museum. I got beeped twice. The first time was because I was wearing a belt. The second time was because I forgot to take of my belt before walking threw again. At the top of this museum was a little resturaunt with napkins flying everywhere because it was so windy. You could the whole city from ...
... now I had thought that Uma and Alma were twins. Even when they were talking about Uma's birthday party plans a few days ago it never hit me that if they were twins it would also me Alma's birthday as well. It was ironically only when I realized that Alma was in University while Uma was still in Bachillerato that I realized Uma was younger. It was all due to the confusion of the first day when I was introduced to so many new things. It was just funny to me ...
... marked road. But we got bread rolls for lunch at the farming village at the end of the road and ate them up amongst the windmills and the castle Molinos, the view only spoiled by the large crane being used for restoration work. It was a quick trip into old Toledo for a good view of the synagogue and cathedral across a ravine before we high tailed into central Madrid, reaching our hotel at 3pm and dropping off the luggage. Then ...