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... visit, I was toast. So tired. I wanted a snack, and was going to hit up the San Miguel market, but I was on a different street and was going to loop around. I saw a cute pastry shop, and tried out two things. OMG, great move, I was tired, and it was not a sit down place, so I brought it home to eat. The pastries were soooooo good. What a great call! Well, bad food for 3 weeks, I'm glad to have a break with my meals in Barcelona and here in Madrid.
... say, "esta viaje era la mejoría decisión de mi vida!" The classes, along with my host family, have allowed me to understand the language much better, and speak with greater confidence. I am really looking forward to our time in Alicante, on the beach and I hope that everyone reading this blog will be able to experience this country, culture, and overall different lifestyle someday.
Hasta la próxima!
... There was also a statue to the devil, called El Angel Caido (the Fallen Angel). It seemed like all the pathways in the park led up to it. And the statue is exactly 666 meters above sea level. We went to the train station afterwards and got on our first overnight train. There were four beds in our room so we shared it with a stranger. I thought the overnight train experience was good, and I only woke up once (my mom and Soph did several ...
The main areas of interest in Madrid are actually divided on each side of the centre of Madrid and so we needed to strategically decide what to see. We still had passes on the hop on hop off bus so we decided to first go to the east side of the city to visit the Real Jardin Botanical and then the Museo Prado, both must sees of Madrid. On our way there we also were able to revise our plans somewhat.
The visit to the botanical gardens was a special ...
... before, there are many similarities between the dutch and german languages, and most people in Holland were happy to (and were able to) speak english. I came to realize over the course of the next few days that people in spain harbor some seriously negative opinions of english speakers. Instead of a language barrier or an innocently lost tourist people view english speakers (or me at least) as an obnoxious intrusion into their daily affairs. Everyone rushed off the ...
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