AC Hotel Alcala de Henares by Marriott
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In 2006 I took a four-month overland Silk Road trip with
Dragoman from London to Beijing. From Istanbul onwards two of my fellow
passengers were a Spanish couple from Madrid named Jesus and Mariangeles. Four
months is a pretty good period of time to get to know people with whom you are
traveling. We kept in touch, and I saw them two years later when I was in
Madrid before the start of a trek I did in the Pyrenees. I let them know I was
going to be ...
Today was jokes! Stopped at the medieval city of Carcassonne and had some bread with dips which was beautiful. Saw some beautiful buildings in Barcelona including the Sagrada Familia, a cathedral that famous Spanish architect Gaudi began but which is still being built. Then had a few drinks at the hotel and have a free day to explore Barcelona tomorrow! Sorry about the short blog, just having such a good time ...
The Spanish teacher went to get me a book to read so we made a trip to the 'library' - three bookcases! The school is retarded - expensive as but just as ****** as it is expensive. Maybe it's the 'private school' label that attracts people.
Nat went to the gym so I was home alone, Amparo Snr the most serious, impeccably dressed old lady who I've never seen smile, walked in and shouted "G'day Melissa" I've never laughed so hard in my life! Not ...
... my spanish Mom rally off instructions for me, and every once in a while I hold a whole conversation seemingly without thinking about it or second-guessing myself once. As I mentioned in my last post, my Spanish mom, Julia, is currently unable to leave the house. Last Saturday she was shopping while it was raining and slipped on the wet sidewalk. She has a fractured ankle bone accompanied by significant swelling of her whole bottom leg. She also still has multiple bruises on ...
... walking home, eating lunch (around 2:30pm), homework, and then going out to walk around the town with friends or run by myself at 5-6pm. During the evenings, I usually either watch TV in spanish with my mom or work on some homework. My spanish mother has her favorite soap opera that she watches every night, and I usually join in for that. Dinner takes place at around 10pm, and then I usually watch TV or do homework until bed time.
Since I am ...