AC Hotel Los Vascos by Marriott
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... way there, we found a small basilica that we checked out, and then Shannon took me to Los Geronimos, the cathedral that she'd be attending mass in later that night. All in all, Friday was a cool day (and a long one at that- I was out of the house for 12 hours!). Saturday was another productive day: I finally found relevant sources to use for my cultural studies final paper in the morning! After I ate lunch with Emilia and Antonio, I met up with ...
... with the company and seemed a bit bashful to join the group, so I opened up the dialogue. Turns out she spent 10 months in Dublin studying at Trinners, so we instantly bonded over that.
Anyway, to the tour! It started off with the usual stuff: paella, some sort of weird white wine mixed with mint leaves, patatas bravas and meaty goodness. Then we went to the packed Museu de Jamón (Ham Museum). I wish I had gotten a few pictures of ...
... and maybe give me some more peace and NO FISH :) or well... not every night :) I only packed for a little, since I could pack the next day. My stomach was killing me, so I had to lay down, do some exercises for it, and than laid down and napped again. We had a good dinner, she gave us some steak, but also had eggs for me in case I didn't like it. I only had a little because my stomach ...
... all the same classes with each other every year. No wonder they are close. Also the friendships with the IES kids at times felt fleeting, not really relationships I could feel stable and secure in. I love the people I have met here. I really do. But at the end of the day, I would always go back to my homestay alone and I would feel so lonely.
Thus I arrived at a conclusion of describing my study abroad so far as a mixture of intense moments. ...
... and a cup of coffee. Lunch typically is at 2pm and dinner is served between 9-11pm (which is really late). Most shops and stores close between 3-5pm for a Siesta. That's when people go home take a nap in order to be refreshed and rested for partying in the evening. And boy oh boy, the spaniards sure know how to party!!! With that said, after I finished my tapas I went to my flat to have a siesta!!! :) I got up at about 9pm feeling well rested, Showered, got dressed, ...