Amura Alcobendas Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the second half, we saw people starting to book it out of there. As much as I didn't want to leave, we had a bus to catch by 10:30 pm. When we arrived outside the stadium around 10 pm, we asked the police where we could get a taxi and he said two streets over, so I thought to myself alright we can do this. Well it was raining which made everything worse and there were so many people running out in the middle of the road trying to get taxis, I guess that's what you have to do or you ...
... the scenery which abruptly changed from high rise housing and skyscrapers of Madrid to dry, sagebrush, scattered trees, hills, fields and mesas, similar to the American southwest.
As we approached the Navarre region and Pamplona, more farms with green crops and trees dominated the landscape with the dramatic Pyrenees Mtns in the background. ...
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I cannot organize my thoughts on how I feel study abroad has changed me as a person. Let me just go through a few topics in random order.
Family. Studying abroad ironically made me think more about my family and my future. Since high school I have lived in a dormitory environment where it was natural for me, and also all the friends around me, to miss out on countless family events and just everyday meals with ...
... up Tuesday morning quite early and made our way to the train station to catch our train to Madrid! We were very lucky because we didn't have to switch trains at all, and got a nine hour train directly from Barcelona to Madrid! We stepped off the train and soon realized how massive Madrid truly was! After almost twenty minutes riding across the huge city on the metro, we stepped off and found our hostel! The next day we woke up and got right to the sightseeing! We walked all around ...
... we went back to the very first restaurant we ate at in Madrid and I had a delicious roasted pepper and goat cheese sandwich. Yum!
After that we went to visit the Almudena Cathedral which, completed in 1993, was a very interesting change in style from the many other Cathedrals we've visited recently, with very cool modern decoration and stained glass windows. We also took a wander around the crypt, which has a whole other set ...