Apartahotel Alcala Centro
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... a lot in Alcala,
especially when there were storks around. It’s quite appropriate; if it’s true
that storks bring babies I don’t want to be anywhere near them.
By the time our tour was finished it was after 2:00 in the
afternoon, prime lunch time on a holiday in Spain. Jesus went to look for a
restaurant as I got myself photographed between Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in
front of Cervantes’ Birth House. He got very flustered ...
This is my fifth day in Spain and I have loved every second of it. Life here seems simpler, people seem friendlier, and I feel as if I am experiencing culture like I have never before experienced. I am spent many nights at different bars and clubs and have met many people from different colleges and universities in the United States. I am now a "regular" at La Media Pinta ...
I woke up at 10:45, still tired and I felt so bad for sleeping so long! Nat explained that she doesn't have breakfast but made sure I didn't go hungry, so gave me muffins, a massive fruit bowl and chocolate milk, which I obviously couldn't finish!
Her car (which belongs to the restaurant but she is driving until she gets her new car) had broken windscreen wipers so we squeezed into the smartcar and went to the mechanic with Marie, who works in the restaurant and is literally the ...
... vs. Copenhagen. We arrived to the stadium two hours early and the streets were blocked off and packed with people. Vendors were all over selling jerseys and scarfs outside the stadium. When the doors finally opened, we made it up to our seats (nose bleeders), but were simply at awe with the view. The stadium was huge. Held 80,000 fans! The Copenhagen fans were all in the stadium early and had their fan section cheering more than an hour before the game. All game long they had the ...
... I have the biggest meal of the day...lunch. I guess lunch here could be compared to American dinner, but even then I think there's still waaaay more food! It's all been really good, though. Dinner comes around 10pm and is relatively small. I really enjoy mealtime because it's when I'm able to talk to my host family the most.
Yesterday, the Instituto Franklin (my school) took us on a trip to downtown Madrid. The city ...