AC Hotel Alcala de Henares by Marriott
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... we were singing the song in both languages because of the broken way I sang the spanish version and because of the broken way Alberto was trying to mimic me singing the English version! It was a fun moment and one I will definitely remember about being here with the family. For her birthday, I got Julia one of those things that balances a wine bottle up in the air - while my parents gave me the money to buy her a bottle of wine. She was very thankful when I presented ...
... young and very expressive (I guess he has to be to communicate with us). It will be entertaining. Towards the end of the class I had already noticed feeling more comfortable with the way he spoke and definitely felt like I was catching the majority of what he was saying, whereas at first the speed of his talk was intimidating. Both Tuesday and Wednesday, my madre worked and was not home when I got home from school (around 2:30). On these days, I ate lunch by ...
... and I have been good "ambassadors" for America during this trip. I am just so sick of everybody lumping "America" together. I guess it is the same thing that we do to Europe. "Well, in Europe, they believe..." "In Europe, they all..." No - people are different. There are good and bad people and systems in all countries.
We had a amazing lunch with the parents back at the ...
Day 183 4 hrs, 12.9 kms Alcala de Henares is supposed to be just a quick stoppover on my way back to Madrid. But when I arrive and realize that this is the hometown of Cervantes, the writer of Don Quijote, I start to really like the town and think maybe I should add it to my Superhike. First I come across a beautiful Moorish mansion--with the arches, patterns and turrets... but it looks too new to be from the Islamic era. ...
The nice buzz of the west still hasn't worn off. We just had great food at all our favorite markets, Aviva went shopping, we chilled and now I'm on the train. It's a sleeper for 30€ which when you consider 10€ for a day trip +15€ for a hostel bed is very good. And I used up exactly 15 trips on my pass. It's obviously much more comfy then the Moroccan one ...
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